What Terror Looks Like
This collection of poetry by Naveed Khan features work that highlights discrimination and oppression against people of colour. Khan touches upon various topics ranging from abuse, racism, Islamophobia, and genocide. Khan is brutally honest in his detailed accounts of his personal experiences with being a visible minority in Canada, tackling issues born from the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. WHAT TERROR LOOKS LIKE is a candid expression of grief, of loss, reconciliation, and negotiation, and calls attention to significant, ongoing social issues that should concern every person despite faith, colour, or nationality.