NOW AVAILABLE: You can now participate in our research via an online anonymous survey, just click on the link-

https://goo.gl/forms/JeSaRp38NdUxOAOz2

Our Dear Community Members:

There are many issues of concern that our community has yet to address, and the stigma of differences of ability is one of the pressing ones. AMWRRI has created a survey to understand the experiences and needs of Muslims who have differences of abilities or who are caregivers for individuals with differences of abilities. Our goal is to promote positive change. We need your help in letting people know about the survey and to encourage them to complete it. For our survey, we define differences of ability as any chronic health condition (including physical, intellectual, mental, emotional, or addiction condition) that affects an individual’s ability to do everyday activities related to mobility, communication, work, etc. If you or someone you know has a difference of ability or has a family member with a difference of ability, please complete the survey.

Participation is totally anonymous and participants are not asked to provide their name or the names of members with ability differences. 

Please press this link to begin the survey: https://goo.gl/forms/6XippbeOUC9pEZlV2

Please share this call for participation with others.

Thank you for considering this opportunity to improve people’s lives and the communities in which we live.

Enaya Othman

Enaya Othman, PhD.

President, Arab and Muslim Women’s Research and Resource Institute

Principal Investigator, Gendered Disabilities and Milwaukee Muslim Immigrants Research Project

Assistant Professor, Marquette University

Director of Arabic and Cultural Studies Program

Call for Participation: We need your help to empower our Muslim families, health providers, and researchers to understand the stigmatizing effects of differences of abilities and to promote positive change. We are seeking community volunteers to participate in any or all of the following ways…Read More and Sign-up to Participate Here

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