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Alison Kysia is a multimedia artist who creates socially engaged artwork about Muslims and Islamophobia. She is a resident artist at Red Dirt Studio in Mt. Rainier, Maryland, where she is working on a series of artwork about the impacts of the 9/11 era on Muslims and other targeted communities, including 99 Clay Vessels: The Muslim Women Storytelling Project. Previously, as an education activist, she wrote a series of teaching lessons on anti-Muslim bias called the Challenge Islamophobia Project and was a facilitator for the Muslim Anti-Racism Collaborative.
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