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Engaging with "The Other" Talk at Auburn

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Wed, May 16, 2018 - 09:00 am

What are the trials and opportunities of engaging with "The Other"? How does it change you, your narrative and your standing in your own community? These are the questions Wajahat Ali has tackled as a journalist, lawyer and playwright.

Join us Thursday, May 16 as Wajahat shares insights from a recent visit to the West Bank, the subject of a feature article and video in The Atlantic, and learn more about his work to overcome Islamophobia and harmful stereotypes aimed at the Muslim community:

Auburn is proud to celebrate the holy month of Ramadan and for those who are fasting, there will be breakfast food available at the conclusion of the event and an area set aside for those who will be praying.

Wajahat Ali is a New York Times contributing opinion writer, author of the play “The Domestic Crusaders,” and lead author of the investigative report “Fear Inc: The Roots of the Islamophobia Network in America.” [Register and Details].

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