Two students - Karim Zughaib, a Christian from Lebanon, and Somaya Arab, a Muslim from Egypt - from the Dialogue Institute's current Study of the U.S. Institute (SUSI) for Student Leaders on Religious Pluralism in the United States were interviewed on the The Nick Taliaferro Show (WURD - 900 AM) on July 13.
Click here to listen to the full interview.
The five-week Institute, focused on religious pluralism and democracy, is run in cooperation with the International Center for Contemporary Education, with funding from the U.S. Department of State (Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs). Twice a year, students from the Middle East and Southeast Asia are introduced to central elements of U.S. history, society, institutions, and democracy through a focus on American religious freedom and interreligious dialogue.
The DI will host its next SUSI, Jaunary 9-February 13, 2016, with 20 students from Southeast Asia.