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Minoo
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West Vancouver, BC

Minoo holds a Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics and a Broadcast Journalism diploma. She has had a career in software engineering and worked in radio and television. Greenall has studied and lived in Iran, her birth country, as well as the United States, Lebanon, Canada and Italy. She resides in Vancouver, Canada, a veritable global village, where she works with schools and civic groups promoting race relations and 'unity in diversity' among peoples of diverse races, cultures and faiths.

BY Minoo Greenall
Culture

What Does it Mean to Be a Patriotic Immigrant?

Minoo Greenall | Feb 25, 2019
Culture

Where Is Humanity Heading?

Minoo Greenall | Feb 27, 2018
Life

4 Ways to Become Like Little Children

Minoo Greenall | Dec 20, 2017

Justice

4 Good Reasons to Marry Outside Your Race and Culture

Minoo Greenall | Apr 19, 2017
Life

Learning from the Wisdom of Strangers

Minoo Greenall | Dec 1, 2016
Justice

Is Manhattan an Island?

Minoo Greenall | Aug 22, 2013

Life

Drugs, Drinking and the Power of Deeds

Minoo Greenall | Aug 13, 2013
News

Journalism’s Fine Line

Minoo Greenall | Oct 29, 2012

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