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The Feeling of Being Watched: A Panel Discussion

Mar 2nd
6:30pm - 9:00pm
Great Hall, Huron University


A film screening and following panel discussion will delve deep into the FBI investigation that occurred to the Arab-American neighborhood in Chicago. The film is directed by journalist Assia Boundaoui, where she uncovers the largest FBI terrorism probes conducted before 9/11, and the enduring impact on the community.

A panel discussion will proceed following the film screening, moderated by Dr. Ingrid Mattson,
who is the London & Windsor Community Chair in Islamic Studies at Huron.

The panel will include:
Assia Boundaoui, Journalist and Film Director
Dr. Jennifer Mustapha, Assistant Professor in Political Science at Huron College
Dr. Shelina Kassam, Critical Race Scholar

Registration is required to accommodate for refreshments.

Register Here 

 

Feeling of Being Watched film poster