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Welcome to the 20th Annual Allied Media Conference!

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Alison Kysia

Teaching for Change
Alison Kysia is the project director of “Islamophobia: a people’s history teaching guide” at Teaching for Change. Previously, she designed Islamic studies and anti-Islamophobia teaching modules for adult education audiences, including religious leaders, social justice activists, and teachers. She taught U.S., world, and Islamic history in an urban community college and English language to adult immigrants. Kysia holds a B.A. in Race, Class, and Gender Studies and a M.A. in History. In addition to being an educator and curriculum developer, she is also an avid potter who is creating a three-part public art exhibit called “Islamophobia: A dhikr in clay.”
Washington DC
Alison Kysia is the project director of "Islamophobia: a people's history teaching guide" at Teaching for Change. Previously, she designed Islamic studies and anti-Islamophobia teaching modules for adult education audiences, including religious leaders, social justice activists, and teachers. She taught U.S., world, and Islamic history in an urban community college and English language to adult immigrants. Kysia holds a B.A. in Race, Class, and Gender Studies and a M.A. in History. In addition to being an educator and curriculum developer, she is also an avid potter who is creating a three-part public art exhibit called "Islamophobia: A dhikr in clay."