Education and acceptance: Against the backdrop of world events and the U.S. presidential campaign, Wajdi Said speaks from personal experience about the Muslim community in Portland. Said is the President and Co-founder of the Muslim Educational Trust.
Race, Ethnicity and Post-Colonial Studies | Social Justice | Sociology
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Said, Wajdi, "Understanding Muslims in Portland" (2016). PDXTalks. 11.