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Christian and Muslim students of the Kaduna Polytechnic University took part in a series of workshops where they learned to dialogue, challenge hate speech, and appreciate one another’s differences. Kaduna, a state in central Nigeria, is made up of both Christian and Muslim communities that sometimes clash because of perceived communal differences and rumors that spiral out of control. These young Christians and Muslims were reluctant at first to participate in the dialogue, but are now close friends and are committed to dialogue and interreligious solidarity. This project was funded by KAICIID, as part of the Nigeria Small Grands Scheme that reached out to numerous communities across Nigeria.