The Dimensions of Silence

The article presents an overview of what silence can represent in different situations. First, we discuss the role of silence in an abusive relationship and factors that contribute to its use. Then, we discuss the necessary use of silence employed by Listeners.  

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Le Québec Does Not Want Me

Le Québec Does Not Want Me provides a glimpse of life at Montréal through the lens of a hijab-wearing woman going through different stages of her life. It explores identity, intersecting cultures, and most importantly the constant reminder of not being able to call Québec your home.

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Veiled Microaggressions in Feminist Spaces

For women with intersecting identities, it’s tricky to navigate microaggressions in spaces that present themselves as inclusive and “feminist.” Well-meaning interactions can disguise themselves as ignorance and xenophobia, as seen during Zara Mohammed’s interview on BBC Women Hour. Unintentional or not, there are ways to recognize these biases, in hopes...

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A Dialogue Approach to Ending Violence Against Muslim Women in Montreal / Une approche de dialogue pour mettre fin à la violence contre les femmes musulmanes de Montréal

UPDATE: Visit this page for information on the completed project. In honour of Domestic Violence Awareness month, the Amal Center would like to share with its supporters a project video which summarizes its efforts over the past 12 months towards its project “A Dialogue Approach to Ending Violence Against Muslim...

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