Asha Noor

Asha Noor

Asha Noor is a Black Somali-American Muslim racial justice and human rights activist and public speaker based in Detroit, Michigan. She is a peace-building and conflict resolution specialist, educator and writer. Noor serves as the CAIR-MI Programming and Outreach Director for Safe Spaces establishing diversity and inclusion across institutions and systems. She previously served as the Advocacy and Civic Engagement Specialist for national TAKE ON HATE program challenging pervasive racism and growing islamophobia. Noor has worked both domestically and abroad in conflict zones with marginalized communities, including women, afro-indigenous groups, refugees, religious minorities and trauma victims.

Essays

Mentoring Spotlight Part 3

The Mentoring Initiative aims to bring together students and scholars engaged in different research methods but who are addressing a shared set of questions. Our hope is that the Political Theology Network Mentoring Initiative might even create a space where new research questions and methods will emerge.

Announcements, Mentoring Spotlight Feature, Symposia
Mentoring Spotlight Part 2

The Mentoring Initiative aims to bring together students and scholars engaged in different research methods but who are addressing a shared set of questions. Our hope is that the Political Theology Network Mentoring Initiative might even create a space where new research questions and methods will emerge.

Announcements, Mentoring Spotlight Feature
Mentoring Spotlight Part 1

The Mentoring Initiative aims to bring together students and scholars engaged in different research methods but who are addressing a shared set of questions. Our hope is that the Political Theology Network Mentoring Initiative might even create a space where new research questions and methods will emerge.

Announcements, Mentoring Spotlight Feature