Neda Maghbouleh speaks to CTV and Global on Islamophobia in Canada

February 1, 2017 by Sherri Klassen

The Quebec City mosque shooting on January 29th was an indication of Islamophobia in Canada. Shortly after the shooting, Professor Neda Maghbouleh spoke on CTV and Global News about the danger of Islamophobia. Professor Maghbouleh is an Assistant Professor of Sociology at the University of Toronto, with teaching responsibilities at the UTM campus. Her research specializes in race, racism and immigration.

She spoke on CTV and Global in the wake of the shooting in a Quebec City mosque on Sunday, January 29th.

Watch the Global News interview here