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Emory hosts "Islamophobia and the Impact on American Life"

Emory hosts "Islamophobia and the Impact on American Life"

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Emory volunteers will sort medical supplies for developing nations at MedShare or help beautify Kittredge Park off North Druid Hills Road. The projects are part of a national 9/11 day of service.

Panel discussion, "Islamophobia and the Impact on American Life" 6 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 13, Center for Ethics, Room 102, Emory.

Panelists include representatives from the Muslim Student Association, Georgia Association of Muslim Lawyers and the American Friends Service Committee.

Emory will commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks with a week's worth of academic, worship, service and artistic events Sept. 7-13 to mark the day, its aftermath and the far-reaching changes wrought upon the country and world.

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