April 12, 2012 - Seif Elkhawanky discusses the recent revolution in Egypt and his experiences during that time as well as during the rebuilding of the country afterwards.
The talk was part of the first annual AMENDS Summit at Stanford University. The summit featured workshops, short presentations from youth leaders and group discussions. AMENDS is a student initiative at Stanford University that seeks to promote change by working with promising youth.
American Middle Eastern Network for Dialogue at Stanford
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