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Interview List: Members of the City Christian Center

  • Ali interview with author Zanzibar Town 2012-09-21.

  • Ana interview with author Zanzibar Town 2012-10-25.

  • Daudi interview with author Zanzibar Town 2012-10-27 (conducted in English).

  • Danieli interview with author Zanzibar Town 2012-10-29.

  • Fiona interview with author Zanzibar Town 2012-10-28 (conducted in English).

  • Haruni interview with author Zanzibar Town 2012-09-28.

  • Imanueli interview with author Zanzibar Town 2012-11-11.

  • John interview with author Zanzibar Town 2012-10-25.

  • Luka interview with author Zanzibar Town 2012-10-05.

  • Mama John interview with author Zanzibar Town 2012-10-01.

  • Neema interview with author Zanzibar Town 2012-11-11.

  • Raheli interview with author Zanzibar Town 2012-10-30.

  • Robert interview with author Zanzibar Town 2012-11-08.

  • Rose interview with author Zanzibar Town 2012-10-29.

  • Salma interview with author Zanzibar Town 2012-11-11.

  • Sarah interview with author Zanzibar Town 2012-09-24.

  • Sangito interview with author Zanzibar Town 2012-10-21.

  • Timotheo interview with author Zanzibar Town 2012-10-15.

  • Yemima interview with author Zanzibar Town 2012-11-05.

  • Yesaya interview with author Zanzibar Town 2012-10-01.

Other Interviews

  • Pastor Kaganga interview with author Zanzibar Town 2010-12-01; 2012-02-12; 2012-09-13 (all conducted in English).

  • Pastor Rioba interview with author Zanzibar Town 2012-11-08 (conducted in English).

  • Pastor Paulo interview with author Zanzibar Town 2012-11-07 (conducted in English).

  • Petri interview with author Zanzibar Town 2012-09-13.

  • Focus group interview CCC youth group Zanzibar Town 2012-11-15.

  • Focus group interview Muslim youths Zanzibar Town 2012-11-17.

Sermons

  • Kaganga Sermon the CCC 2012-02-12.

  • Kaganga Sermon the CCC 2012-09-09.

  • Kaganga Sermon the CCC 2012-10-07.

  • Kaganga Sermon the CCC 2012-11-21.

  • Kaganga Sermon the CCC 2012-11-11.

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