The Green Square Campaign takes place in the week leading up to January 29th every year to remember the victims and survivors of the Quebec City mosque attack. The green square represents the green carpets of the Quebec City mosque, where the victims last stood to pray. It symbolizes the fact that the deceased are, God willing, in a garden green, in a better place since they left us that night.

Wear the green square in solidarity with the six widows, the seventeen children left fatherless, Aymen Derbali who is left paralyzed for life, and every single person suffering the consequences of this hateful and despicable act of violence.

This year, there are a number of ways that students and staff can participate in remembering the Québec City Mosque Attack and participating in taking Action Against Islamophobia. Check out the following resources for more information:

Click here to register for a workshop:         Click here for pre-made classroom activities:


Click here for the Green Letters Campaign:          Click here for our educators resource guide:                       

Click here to download a virtual background:      Click here for a slide deck for school staff: