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Friday, August 20, 2021

A Conversation with Kroc School Alumna Afarin Dadkhah (MA) '14

Written by Kroc School

Intersectionality and identity formation are huge variables in how we shape our peacebuilding journeys. Understanding WHO defines peace, and how our identities play a role in community building is essential to further understand peace and justice. In this sit-down conversation MAPJ candidate Aaron Pellot, converses with Afarin Dadkhah, a 2014 MA in Peace and Justice alumna.

During this conversation, Pellot and Dadkhah engage in subjects surrounding identity, Dadkah’s time at the Kroc School, and more. Dadkhah explains some of the incredible work she is a part of, and what we need to be paying attention to as peacebuilders during our time here at the Kroc School.


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