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Joshua Saleem

Joshua Saleem
Joshua Saleem Photo: AFSC
St. Louis Program Director
Areas of Expertise 
Peace Education | Ending Racism | Youth

Joshua Saleem is a lifelong St. Louis resident and is currently the Peace Education Program Director for AFSC’s St. Louis office.  He works with high school youth developing conflict resolution, civic engagement, and community organizing skills. He also is developing youth anti-racist organizers through the AFSC’s Freedom School and a group called Youth Undoing Institutional Racism (YUIR).

Joshua has been interviewed for Think Progress, MintPress News, Al Akhbar and Public News Service. You can read his writings on the protests in Ferguson on AFSC’s website, including Ferguson: Cry the beloved country, stand with the beloved and Blessed are the PeaceMAKERS: Praying for just peace in Ferguson

Joshua earned his B.A. in Political Science from Saint Louis University in 2006. 

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