Hena Khan Event: Educator & Librarian Resources

Thank you to the 100+ educators and librarians that joined us for Amina’s Song: Raising Your Voice for New American Literature & Students. Here are some of the many resources we shared:

Welcome

Listen to Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan’s Qwali, the music Amina first hears in a Lahore marketplace:

Where We Are At

Learning from Justice: When Bad Things Happen

Learning for Justice: Showing Up Strong for Yourself—and Your Students—in the Aftermath of Violence

Learning for Justice: After Atlanta: Teaching About Asian American Identity and History

Creator & Hosts

Here are connections to some of the folks you met on the migthy Zoom!

Award-winning author Hena Khan

Recent Arriver & Cultural Competency Consultant Louise El Yaafouri

Pious Ali of Portland Empowered and I’m Your Neighbor Books

Kirsten Cappy of I’m Your Neighbor Books and Curious City DPW

Children’s Bookseller Stephanie Heinz of PRINT: A Bookstore

Hena Khan’s Book

Explore Amina’s Song and her other titles at PRINT: A Bookstore.

Including Muslim Children’s Literature in the Classroom

Salaam Reads

Diversifi-ED

Charter for Compassion

Teaching While Muslim

Hijabi Librarians: Evaluating Muslims in Kit Lit

Learning for Justice: Who Are American Muslims?

The Antiracist Table: 30 Day Challenge

Social Justice Books: Muslim Booklist

Lee & Low: Tackling Islamophobia with Children’s Books

I’m Your Neighbor Books

I’m Your Neighbor Books

Browse by Community

Browse by Theme

Pakistani/Pakistani American Kidlit

Nowhere Boy: Community-Wide Read on Muslim Immigrant Allyship

Welcoming Library