My So-Called Enemy
Celebrating Diversity, Interfaith and Intercultural Understanding

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Elizabeth avatar
Elizabeth

Really well done. Excellent for the classroom, and for some of the classes I teach such as Intercultural Communication, Ethics and Communication, and Research Methods

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Lisa

We live in a culture of sound-bites, Tweets, and short attention spans, which can lead people to make fast assumptions about very complex issues that often warrant deeper exploration. We also know that one image, one video or one encounter with someone we don’t know can be completely shift ...Read more

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