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  1. Mona Makram-Ebeid- in conversation with AWS Faculty Dr. Irene Calis and Zein El-Amine
    Mona Makram-Ebeid, former member of Egyptian Parliament and professor at the American University of Cairo will address the current state of activism in Egypt and the Middle East more broadly.
    Join us for this first-hand account and local perspective with q and a to follow.

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    CAS: Arab World Studies
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  2. This panel, moderated by AU alum Angela Gonzalez who currently works for the Mayor’s Office on Latino Affairs, will share the stories, challenges and accomplishment of three to four young adults in the DMV area who have faced a number of challenges given their immigration status.
    For any questions, contact Marcy Campos at mfcampos@american.edu

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    CAS: American Studies
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  3. This panel, moderated by AU alum Angela Gonzalez who currently works for the Mayor’s Office on Latino Affairs, will share the stories, challenges and accomplishment of three to four young adults in the DMV area who have faced a number of challenges given their immigration status.
    For any questions, contact Marcy Campos at mfcampos@american.edu

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    CAS: American Studies
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  4. Nikki Pitre of the Center for Native American Youth (CNAY).
    This presentation introduces some of the issues facing native youth today, discusses the work of the organization, and explains why they are passionate about these issues.This event is ticketed.  There will be a wait list at the door and we encourage you to stop by even if you don't have a confirmed ticket, as it is common for …more

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    CAS: American Studies
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  5. Come hear Ashley Minner, Dr. Elizabeth Rule, and Dr. Gabrielle Tayac talk about indigenous lives in the DMV area. 
    Ashley Minner is a community based visual artist from Baltimore, MD.  She is an enrolled member of the Lumbee tribe of North Carolina.  A folklorist who teaches in the Department of American Studies at University of Maryland Baltimore County, she is in the PhD …more

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    CAS: American Studies
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