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The Rohingya Cultural Center, 2740 W. Devon Ave., has been facing financial obstacles as the number of donations has decreased and a government grant they applied for last year was denied.

Students to help Rohingya Cultural Center

November 8, 2019

Nasir Zakaria was 14 years old when he escaped captivity in what was then the country of Burma. Kidnapped by the military, alongside others, he waited until the soldiers were asleep to make his way t...

Surazon Nushusin, left, and Mohammad Miah are Rohingya refugees who come to the cultural center to learn English every week. A volunteer English as Second Language teacher helps them practice numbers and colors using toy cars. 

North Side cultural center unites Rohingya refugees together

November 28, 2017

Nasir Zakaria is one of hundreds of Rohingya, a stateless Indo-Aryan people from the Rakhine State, Myanmar, who found refuge in Chicago’s North Side. After immigrating to the U.S. from Myanmar in 2013...

Stephanie Hanson Production co-director of Tedx Columbia College Chicago and Senior Business and Entrepreneurship  major, thanks the people that came in support of the event at 623 S. Michigan Ave. Mar 8.

TEDx speakers to ‘Evoke Presence’

March 13, 2017

Columbia's third TEDx conference will feature 10 individuals from various backgrounds speaking about the theme of “evoking presence” in their lives and careers during the annual event schedule...

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