In Conversation with Suma Din: Dear Mother - Letters from the Heart

Welcome to our online event, hosted by the Race Equality Network and Being You Network at Buckinghamshire New University, where we will be delving into heartfelt letters in a candid conversation with Suma Din. Join us for an intimate discussion as Suma shares her insights, emotions, and experiences that have shaped her book 'Dear Mother', exploring the raw, unapologetic lived experiences of Muslim mothers up and down the country.

This event is for everyone and aims to share the experiences of Muslim mothers promises to be a touching exploration of the bond between mothers and children. Don't miss this opportunity to connect with Suma and be part of this special conversation.

Suma Din is an author, educator and researcher with a focus on motherhood and social justice in education. Her publications for adults explore Muslim women’s spirituality and her children’s non-fiction books cover the subjects of faith, global citizenship and environmental responsibility. Dear Mother is her second book on motherhood after Muslim mothers and their Children’s Schooling.

Alongside writing, Suma has spent over two decades working with Muslim women and girls in community-focused education programmes and taught parents in the Adult Education sector delivering Family Learning courses.

Active in the voluntary sector, she has been a school governor at two primary schools, was a member of Bucks SACRE and has supported other local education initiatives. Suma lives in Buckinghamshire UK and is mum to three adults.

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