ISB Atlanta / October 21, 2020 / General News
Islamic Speakers Bureau of Atlanta collaborated with StoryCorps and American Pathways to bring Muslim stories to StoryCorps. The StoryCorps Archive comprises one of the largest born-digital collections of human voices, featuring conversations recorded across the United States and around the world. In this conversation Alan Howard talks to his friend and colleague Soumaya Khalifa about his activism, his spiritual journey, losing his first wife to cancer, the importance of interfaith and anti-racism work, meeting his second wife in Turkey, and fatherhood.
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