TEDxFIU: ‘I do not fit inside your box’

Isra Amin Ibrahim is a Sudanese-American diversity activist and a junior on a pre-medical track at FIU. An active participant in the FIU community, Ibrahim works to create interfaith events at the university. She co-founded FIU’s first Muslim Chaplain Office of Multi-Faith and serves as a council member for Students for Justice in Palestine.

In this TEDxFIU talk last November, she speaks about her own experiences with race, religion and the color of her skin.

Apply to be a TEDxFIU 2017 speaker here.

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