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Additional Resources 

 

BY AMEENA JANDALI

The Islamic Networks Group, in addition to providing presenters on “Getting to Know American Muslims and their Faith,” “Muslim Contributions to Civilization” and other topics, has online presentations and accompanying curricula on its website (www.ing.org). Educators can download the presentations, discussion questions and activities.

ING also has published 100 of the most common questions asked about Islam and Muslims with corresponding answers. The group runs seminars for educators titled “Understanding Muslim Students: Fostering an Inclusive Environment,” intended to build an inclusive learning environment for all students.

Ameena Jandali of the Islamic Networks Group suggests these articles and informational resources about bullying of Muslim students:

The Islamic Networks Group is a nonprofit organization based in San Jose, Calif., whose mission is to counter prejudice and discrimination against American Muslims. The group was founded in 1993.
 

 

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