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Understanding Arabs



I am a college professor and a world citizen. I am also the Founder and Director of the Center for Acquisition of Language, Literacy And Culture (CALLAC). I love all people, and strongly believe that all people are the same, regardless gender, race, color, religion, ethnicity, history, geography, culture, language, intellect, background or wealth. I am against inequality in all forms and shapes, firmly a pro women issues, fight against violence and harassment to women, everywhere, at home, at work, and on the streets. I want to see all peoples of this world become one. Perhaps through communicating with each other we can achieve this.

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Understanding Arabs

Please visit the Center for Acquisition of Languages, Literacy And Culture to learn more about Arabs. Rajaa Aquil the founder just published a blog on how the past and the present play a role in shaping the psyche of an Arab. The blog sheds light on important aspects that need to be taken into account.

CALLAC is dedicated to bridge the linguistic and cultural gap between the West and the Arab world. Rajaa aspires to put her background and experience in making a difference. As she has lived in both worlds and witnessed that the similarities are more in number than the differences, she has set on a journey to clarify these similarities and explain the differences. She believes that when cultural differences are explained and clarified the stigma or uneasiness disappears. A deep intercultural awareness and cross cultural understanding emerges. An aspect that adds more depth to oneself in his and her exploration of wisdom.

Please visit CALLAC at and contact us. I love to hear from you.

Rajaa Aquil


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