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Ramadan and the Daily Life of Students with Disabilities in the U.S.
Ramadan and the Daily Life of Students with Disabilities in the U.S.
American Education and Skills
Ramadan and the Daily Life of Students with Disabilities in the U.S.

What is life like for an Indonesian deaf activist and Muslim student in the U.S., especially during the Holy Month of Ramadan? Chat with Surya Sahetapy about the celebration of Ramadan and the Muslim community in the U.S.

Surya Sahetapy, Student of International-Global Studies, Rochester Institute of Technology, New York & Indonesian Deaf Activist

Moderated by Rezki Achyana, CEO Parakerja, Alumni YSEALI Academic Fellowship 2016 on Civic Engagement

Thursday, 29 April 2021
16:00 - 17:30

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