The conference was life changing. The speakers were captivating and there was not one moment that was not filled with excitement, learning and anticipation. I will carry what I learned back with me not only in my professional career but in my personal dealings with my neighbors, my friends and those I meet through my life. This was enriching, educational and worth every moment. Thank you for presenting a conference that offers continuing education credits and creates the most riveting atmosphere to learn.
The conference exceeded all my expectations! You should feel so proud of the elements you brought together to stimulate and challenge hearts and minds for the purpose of enriching our communities-locally, nationally and globally. I continue to reflect on the power of the conference that you organized so exquisitely. Bravo!
Thank you for bringing it to Chicago. I know it was a labour of love. It was transformational-one of the most impactful diversity conferences I have attended! I look forward to attending next year! My greatest hope is that you will follow this extraordinary conference with a Second Annual Chicago Conference next year! I am sending gratitude for your spirit and hard work.
Thanks so much for all the time and effort you put into the event. It was greatly appreciated.
Thank you for providing such valuable information and dialogue. The food was also delicious not to mention the comedy show with a message and the lovely sound of the oud. Please continue to offer such conferences as it becomes increasingly critical to address our” Images and Perceptions.
I was especially, taken with the film by Rola Nashef. I think this would be a great way to start a conversation between the Arab and African American communities. Perhaps some kind of collaboration between the Arab American Museum and the Museum of African American History.
While the Native American community has little voice in our conversations on diversity and inclusion, I would suggest that somehow, sometime they are recognized and included. Through our collective local communities indifference the Native American community remains somewhat invisible and voiceless. With that said, sincere and most appreciated thanks go out to you and Nadia.
P.S. Mrs. Fadel-Bazzi, my prayers and thanks go to your husband for all he is doing for our country.
— Until lions have their own historians, tales of the hunt shall always glorify the hunter.