Request A Training

MuslimARC’s diverse team has led interactive workshops and trainings both on the ground and online for the general public. We can tailor our workshops to the needs and goals of a range of organizations from formats that include short discussion sessions to longer weekend retreats.

Please fill out the form below to request a speaker/workshop facilitator from MuslimARC at your online or on-the-ground event. We recommend requesting a booking 2-3 months in advance. Requests are reviewed every Sunday.

You can view our current facilitators below.

Choose from one of the following tracks for your event:


Workshop Tracks
Note: There is a participant size limit per workshop. Workshops that have over 30 participants will require an additional facilitator.

This workshop or series of workshops will help participants understand how racism works to oppress groups within the United States. Participants will identify their own position within the racial hierarchy of the United States. Participants will gain skills on how to promote anti-racist behavior in themselves and in their community.

Levels: Introductory, Intermediate, and Advanced

This workshop or series of workshops will focus on intra-Muslim issues, by helping participants understand how the effects of racism on a national level significantly shape interactions within American Muslim communities. Participants will reflect on how their own community’s practices challenge or uphold the racial hierarchy of the United States. Participants will gain skills on how to implement community practices that promote the diversity of American Muslim communities.

Levels: Introductory, Intermediate, and Advanced

This workshop or series of workshops will help participants develop and implement an anti-racism campaign. Participants will understand organizing and ways to measure efficacy of a racial justice campaign.

Levels: Introductory, Intermediate, Advanced

This workshop or series of workshops will help instructors and youth leaders evaluate their teaching and practices around cultural competency and diversity. Participants will understand ways to create and promote an anti-racism environment as experienced by youth.

Levels: Introductory, Intermediate, Advanced

This workshop or series of workshops will help participants evaluate their organization’s practices around cultural competency and diversity. Participants will understand ways to create and promote healthy and supportive professional environment.

Levels: Introductory, Intermediate, Advanced

Prepare for delivering on the ground and online workshops, webinars, and courses. The train the trainers program covers anti-racism material, MuslimARC pedagogy, instructional design, workshop facilitation, media engagement, public speaking, and more.

Level: Intermediate and Advanced

Speakers & Trainers

The MuslimARC network of racial justice experts spans the United States. Learn more about our speakers and trainers below.

Margari Aziza Hill is an adjunct professor, blogger, editor, and freelance writer. She is the Co-Founder and Managing Director of MuslimARC, the Muslim Anti-Racism Collaborative, an organization focusing on Education for Liberation. After converting to Islam in 1993, her life experiences as a Black American woman have informed her research and writing on Islam, education, race, and gender. She has nearly a decade of teaching experiences at all levels and has worked in education at various capacities. She earned her bachelor’s degree in History from Santa Clara University in 2003 and master’s in History of the Middle East and Islamic Africa from Stanford University in 2006. She has given talks and lectures in various universities and community centers throughout the country.

Former MuslimARC Trainers:

Chiquita Williams
Tariq Toure
Hakeem Muhammad

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Muslim Anti-Racism Collaborative