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EP 32 - The struggle against Islamophobia in France with Houria Bouteldja and Yasser Louati

EP 32 - The struggle against Islamophobia in France with Houria Bouteldja and Yasser Louati

Update: 2020-12-19
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In this episode of Who Belongs?, we speak with two activists based in France — Yasser Louati and Houria Bouteldja — about the intensification of Islamophobia and state repression unfolding in the country following Samuel Paty's gruesome murder. Our guests help us understand the current situation as it relates to the country's history of racist marginalization and terror attacks, what strategies affected communities must embrace to combat Islamophobia, and what this means for Muslims and non-Muslims alike.

Yasser Louati is a human rights advocate and head of the Justice & Liberties for All Committee. Houria Bouteldja is a decolonial activist, author, and founding member of the Party of the Indigenous of the Republic. The music heard at the introduction is “La carte de residence” performed by Algerian singers Sliman Azem & Cheikh Nourredine.

For a transcript of this episode visit https://belonging.berkeley.edu/whobelongs/Islamophobia-in-france
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EP 32 - The struggle against Islamophobia in France with Houria Bouteldja and Yasser Louati

EP 32 - The struggle against Islamophobia in France with Houria Bouteldja and Yasser Louati

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