Dr. Paulin Rukiko Polepole greets me warmly in the lobby of his downtown Toronto apartment. He's wearing a natty, navy suit jacket paired with a bright blue button-up, shiny, black leather shoes, a metal watch and stylish socks.
He works at SickKids Hospital, counselling pregnant women and new mothers. He speaks seven languages.
The latest encore story featured by our media partner, The Christian Science Monitor, is that of Moina Shaiq.
Moina had long been active in volunteer roles in her immigrant-rich community of Fremont, California. But after the mass shooting in San Bernardino by two young Muslim, she wanted to do more.
Through an ad in the local paper, she asked people to join her at a café to “Meet a Muslim” in the flesh. 100 of her neighbors showed up. Her interfaith, and interpersonal, work has blossomed and become her encore.
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