Campus community invited to hear presentation by author Azim Khamisa
- April 23, 2013 1:00am
The Cal State East Bay Criminal Justice Department invites the campus community to a 2 p.m. presentation by author Azim Khamisa today (Tuesday, April 23) in room 2064 of Meiklejohn Hall.
Khamisa is a nationally acclaimed speaker on preventing youth violence and the implementation of restorative justice. He became known on a national stage as a result of his son’s murder by a 14-year old involved in a gang initiation. Khamisa has shared the stage with President’s Clinton, Al Gore, and the Dalai Lama. Below are some links to his work, his foundation and his messages.
A video of Azim Khamisa on CBS Morning Show: http://www.azimkhamisa.com/video/view/138319/
More info on Azim and the Tariq Khamisa Foundation: http://www.azimkhamisa.com/
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