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Black Muslim Health Series
February 11 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Join us for a relaxed, open and judgement-free talk about the unique health experiences for Black Muslim folks. These workshops will include virtual games, videos, and other interactive activities for both group and individual learning!
Prizes will also be available for attendees!
The first session of the series will explore some of the following topics:
- Black Muslim Identities
- Healthy Relationships and Consent
- Foundations of Sexual Health and Wellness
- Navigating Faith and Health
Don’t miss out! This’ll be held via Zoom conferencing which is FREE and accessible via Desktop, Laptop, iPhone and Android. Registration is required to receive the Zoom link and password for the session.
Moyo’s Virtual Safer Space Guidelines – Online Privacy Considerations
Privacy is one of our top priorities and can be difficult to navigate in the virtual world. These online sessions are public, and we can’t fully guarantee safety. While we recognize that no space is exclusively “safe” for anyone, we must collectively work towards mitigating harms.
We collectively strive to create spaces (including virtual ones) that are free of as many barriers as possible as a means of working towards liberation. This means that we’re all responsible for creating the spaces we desire, by educating ourselves, each other and ensuring that we are continually engaging in these conversations and creating relationships of support and collective responsibility.
Our spaces are NOT spaces for explicit or implicit violence, racism, sexism, ageism, transphobia, cissexism, sizeism, fatphobia, sexual harassment, and gender policing, or doing anything to another person without their consent. Acting in a way that disrespects, harms others or undermines these values will not be tolerated at any time and individuals behaving this way will be removed from the meeting. We reserve the right to assess and manage circumstances and situations in the best interest of our collective vision towards creating ‘liberation’ and ‘safer’ spaces.