Rivers of Hope Workshop Booking Form
Challenging racism and Islamophobia through the arts: Part 1 and 2
What is Rivers of Hope?
Rivers of Hope is a grassroots organization dedicated to challenging Islamophobia using education and the arts. Since 2018, we have been offering educational workshops to schools and community organizations. You can learn more about our work at
. Our work is supported by Ontario Trillum Foundation.
About our workshops
CHALLENGING RACISM AND ISLAMOPHOBIA THROUGH THE ARTS is a dynamic two-part workshop series designed for High School youth.
PART 1 (2 hours long): We use Tik Tok and photography to introduce the concept of Islamophobia ans discuss how it intersects with other forms of oppression, such as anti-Black racism. We then use theatre-based exercises to practice bystander intervention.
PART 2 (2 hours long) We use documentary film, visual art and poetry to illustrate how we can raise awareness about racism Islamophobia, and create new narratives. We conclude by inviting students to create their own art to be showcased at the Rivers of Hope conference (which will be in June 2021).
Who is eligible to book a workshop?
We offer workshops to High Schools and youth-serving organizations in the Greater Toronto Area and Hamilton. Our workshops are free of charge. (If you would like to inquire about booking a workshop for older adults, please email
How is Rivers of Hope responding to social distancing?
All Rivers of Hope workshops will be facilitated ONLINE, until further notice. Our workshops can be streamed into classrooms during class time, or offered online during or after school hours.
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