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Fri, Jan 22

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Google Meet

Smart Social Media, Part 1

How to utilize social media for good.

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Smart Social Media, Part 1

Time & Location

Jan 22, 2021, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Google Meet

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About the Event

Join us for this young sisters' event which will address the following topics:

  • What are the dangers of social media (bullying, predators, haram, etc.)?
  • What are the pros and cons of social media?
  • What can be promoted?
  • Having parents' permission and guidance while using social media.

This event will be presented by author, speaker, and mentor, sister Gulmakai Saleh.

Gulmakai P. Saleh is a motivational speaker, mentor, teacher, and author, who loves to make the world a better place for all to live together, in peace and harmony. During her childhood, she was a victim of war, bullying, and not being understood by others. Now she is a survivor who has become the voice for those who silently endure the pain of not being understood. Gulmakai has done this as a writer, by providing workshops, and with the creative use of social media.

Gulmakai came to the US as a refugee child from Afghanistan 38 years ago. She is the author of three children’s books: “The Goodness Soup,” “Princess Diversity and the Golden Rule,” and “Touched by a Butterfly.” She has worked with and educated communities of all faiths, races, and nationalities over the years. She is the founder and creative director of “The Golden Tree of Goodness,” where she teaches people to be heroes to themselves and their communities by bringing them to a place where practicing the Golden Rule is contagious.

In addition to her love for self-study, she is pursuing her bachelor’s degree in psychology. Gulmakai has experience in teaching various subjects spanning across different aspects of the educational field. She has taken different roles in the administration sector of education. Along the way, she has been working with multiple communities and has been helping people of all ages and backgrounds for the past 15 years.

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