"They told me stories of the violence they experienced, including an early memory of having her building bombed and jumping into her mother's arms even though she couldn't do anything to prevent it." "Still, even in a community like Dearborn, the students told me they still feel they have to self-monitor," Zuckerberg wrote.
"One student told me about feeling like she has to be on her best behavior at the grocery store, letting white people cut in front of her in line to prove that Muslims are nice people.
This is who I am." But it's still a struggle." On the UM-Dearborn Facebook page, Zuckerberg's visit was described as part of a larger challenge for himself in the year 2017, with plans to meet and talk with people from all 50 states by the end of the year.
"On Friday, April 28, we had the privilege of hosting him on the University of Michigan-Dearborn campus for a conversation with some of our Muslim students about community, education, faith and entrepreneurship," the post read.
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