Abdullah Antepli previously served as Duke University’s first Muslim chaplain from July 2008 to 2014. In his current work, he engages students, faculty, and staff across and beyond campus through seminars, panels, and other avenues to provide a Muslim voice and perspective to the discussions of faith, spirituality and social justice.
Abdullah Antepli previously served as Duke University’s first Muslim chaplain from July 2008 to 2014. In his current work, he engages students, faculty, and staff across and beyond campus through seminars, panels, and other avenues to provide a Muslim voice and perspective to the discussions of faith, spirituality and social justice. File News & Observer photo
Abdullah Antepli previously served as Duke University’s first Muslim chaplain from July 2008 to 2014. In his current work, he engages students, faculty, and staff across and beyond campus through seminars, panels, and other avenues to provide a Muslim voice and perspective to the discussions of faith, spirituality and social justice. File News & Observer photo

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