Course Detail: LLPDOWC - Diversity of World Culture
"In this Century the world seems to be very small and people can reach each other in a matter of minutes but at the same time culturally they are very far away. In order to live in harmony and peace with each other, we should know each other's culture and their way of life. We should know about our differences, and similarities, our life values, family life and whatever is important and significant to each culture. For this purpose, we chose representatives of eight cultures (Afghanistan, Bosnia, Palestine, Egypt, Syria, India, Pakistan and Sudan) to come and talk about their cultures and the participants will ask questions. "

 Session Detail:  LLPDOWCF18 (seats remaining)
Schedule: Every week on Thursday, starting on 09/06/18 and ending on 09/27/18
Times: 10:00am - 12:00pm
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Maliha Farhadi
Maliha Farhadi
Biography: Maliha Farhadi, originally from Kabul, Afghanistan, came to the US as a Fulbright Scholar. She has a MA in Teaching English as a Second Language and a Master of Library Science from ECU. Teaching foreign students and working with the public for over 36 years has given her a broad understanding of diverse populations. No image available

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Self Help Center, 100H
301 S. Evans St.
Greenville, NC 27858
Self Help Center, 100H