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Five Weeks with Syrian Refugees: One Man’s Quest to Promote Cultural Intelligence

Having lived abroad both growing up and as an adult, David Durham has dedicated his life to promoting cultural curiosity. Most recently his adventures took him to Greece, where he and his wife, Becky, observed the refugee crisis in Europe first hand. Though they were already veteran travelers, they were profoundly impacted by this experience. I am a lover of culture. I write, speak, and podcast about crossing cultural bridges with a goal of promoting cultural curiosity.
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