Joel Ntando: What World Refugee Day Means to Me

June 20, 2024 00:39:05
Joel Ntando: What World Refugee Day Means to Me
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Joel Ntando: What World Refugee Day Means to Me

Jun 20 2024 | 00:39:05

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Show Notes

Today we hear from Joel Ntando, coordinator of the Refugee Speakers Bureau at ‎the Idaho Office for Refugees. Joel has a background in theater and academia. He ‎lived and worked in South Africa for 14 years before resettling in Idaho and is ‎originally from the Democratic of Republic of Congo. He shares what World ‎Refugee Day means to him personally and what it means for everyone on a global ‎level.

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