Allyson Walter of the Ames Convention and Visitors Bureau provides a preview of the bustling month of October in central Iowa.
Then, host Greta Anderson takes us inside the Darul Arqum Islamic Center for the celebration of Eid al Adha, Islam's second most-important holiday. Finally, we welcome back Onalie Ariyabandhu, who received her bachelors degree from I.S.U. in Spring of 2014 and returned to her country of Sri Lanka, where she became a Social Change Entrepreneur for the UN Population Fund, with her project "100 Voices", a social media-based campaign to change attitudes toward gender violence in her country. She speaks tonight (09/28/2015) at 8:00 PM in the Sun Room of Memorial Union.
Online Information Sources:
- Ames Convention and Visitors Bureau
- Darul Arqam Islamic Center
- Onalie Ariyabandhu lecture
Originally broadcast 09/28/2015
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