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Together with his family, friends, and colleagues, New Hampshire Humanities remembers the singular contributions Nabil Migalli made to the cultural life of our state, the home away from home that he shaped from his ardent desire to bring his own rich Egyptian language and customs to New Hampshire and to help people settling here from other countries find their way. We particularly recall the Arabic language and Islamic culture workshops he led under our auspices and the expert guidance he offered when we launched “Fences and Neighbors: NH’s Immigration Stories.” He helped individuals and organizations reach out to new Americans through creative activities and civic leadership, exemplifying how immigrants to this country have changed it for the better. We offer sincere condolences to his loved ones at his passing.
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