We interrupt our regular season to bring you this bonus interview with Mohammed Rafique. Mohammed is a student at the University of Waterloo, and he talks about his experience as a refugee from Myanmar and the desire of refugees to feel known and at home. He discusses his advocacy work with the Rohi
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We interrupt our regular season to bring you this bonus interview with Mohammed Rafique. Mohammed is a student at the University of Waterloo, and he talks about his experience as a refugee from Myanmar and the desire of refugees to feel known and at home. He discusses his advocacy work with the Rohingya Association of Canada, his meeting with Justin Trudeau, his play I am Rohingya, and the documentary of the same name.
UofSC Students: Check out our social media for details about an upcoming screening of the documentary I am Rohingya on campus as part of International Education Week!
To learn more about the Rohingya Association of Canada, check out their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/RohingyaAssociationCanada/
For more information about I am Rohingya, check out the film's website here: https://www.iamrohingyafilm.com/
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Opening Track: Ketsa - Where We Are (http://bit.ly/2nKJWaW)
Closing Track: Above and Below - Never Forget (http://bit.ly/2nNfw7Q)
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