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A number of campus organizations have come together to host Melody Moezzi, a guest speaker who will be on campus to discuss issues relating to Islamic feminism, race/gender issues specific to the Middle Eastern-American community, and the relevance of current events in Iran. As noted in the attached flyer, she will speak on April 12th, 2010, from 6-8 pm, in Pigott Auditorium.
Ms. Moezzi will also be available on Tuesday, April 13th, to meet with smaller student groups, clubs, faculty, or staff to discuss any number of these issues. Although on short notice, this is a rare learning opportunity. Classroom presentations can be tailored to specific courses.
If any faculty member or group is interested in setting up a meeting, please email Hajer Al-Faham at email@example.com to schedule an event. Please do so before April 11, 2010.
Melody Moezzi’s official site:
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