Maya Soetoro-Ng, shown in 2011, will speak at Sacramento State on Thursday. The half-sister of President Barack Obama, Soetoro-Ng co-founded Ceeds of Peace, a Honolulu-based nonprofit that holds workshops to educate young people on building a more peaceful and just society.
Maya Soetoro-Ng, shown in 2011, will speak at Sacramento State on Thursday. The half-sister of President Barack Obama, Soetoro-Ng co-founded Ceeds of Peace, a Honolulu-based nonprofit that holds workshops to educate young people on building a more peaceful and just society. Bebeto Matthews Associated Press file
Maya Soetoro-Ng, shown in 2011, will speak at Sacramento State on Thursday. The half-sister of President Barack Obama, Soetoro-Ng co-founded Ceeds of Peace, a Honolulu-based nonprofit that holds workshops to educate young people on building a more peaceful and just society. Bebeto Matthews Associated Press file

President Obama’s sister coming to Sacramento State to teach peace

February 21, 2016 06:35 PM

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