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Iraqi exchange students shed light on culture

July 25, 2014

Zhila Peshraw gave a presentation about traditional Kurdish clothing during the Iraqi Young Leaders Exchange Program symposium on Thursday. The symposium highlighted the history and traditions of Iraq, as well as the political and religious environment of the region. (Photo by Kayleigh Few, SDN).

Many Americans have preconceived notions of what people from Mississippi are like and what is life is like here.

Many Americans may also have similar misconceptions about people from Iraq.

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