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University chaplain Khalid Latif is teaching much more than the Quran.

Khalid Latif was the first Muslim chaplain at New York University—a role he had previously undertaken for Princeton and the New York Police Department. He also serves as the executive director of the university’s Islamic Center, where he teaches a course called “Multifaith Leadership in the 21st Century” alongside Rabbi Judah Sarna. It would be hard to find someone better qualified for the post than Latif: A pillar of his community, he owns a halal butcher shop, Honest Chops, is

  • Words:
    John Clifford Burns
  • Photograph:
    Gustav Almestål
  • Set Design:
    Matilda Beckman

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  • Words:
    John Clifford Burns
  • Photograph:
    Gustav Almestål
  • Set Design:
    Matilda Beckman
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