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January 17, 2019 | 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

A Conversation on Race and Faith

In partnership with NewCORE and WHYY, a group of prominent religious leaders will share stories and engage in a conversation on how race and racism informs their leadership and the communities they lead. Included in the evening will be a light reception, where attendees will be invited to engage in their own small group discussion and storytelling activity.

Conversationalists include Bishop Patricia Davenport, Rabbi David Straus, Reverend Bonnie Camarda, and Sheikh Anwar Muhaimin. Conversation moderated by Reverend Steven Lawrence.

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This event is part of Interfaith Philadelphia’s Year of Civil Conversations. In 2019, Interfaith Philadelphia will offer a series of public conversations that model the skills needed to navigate complex topics within critical relationships. We plan to highlight the nuance of topics, postures for listening, and transferable skills around navigating difference. Each conversation will feature a special moderator and featured guests engaging in provocative topics that are current, potentially divisive, and connected to the general theme of interfaith understanding.

Special thanks to our premier sponsor: John Templeton Foundation
With gratitude to our sponsors: Penn Treaty SSD, Constance Hess Williams and Sankey Williams, Congregation Rodeph Shalom, The Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia, and the HC Gemmer Foundation, Kathryn and Bob McDevitt, Dr. Cathleen and Dr. David Cohen, Gary and Lynn Laurino, Dr. Ellen Charry, Jane Isaacs Lowe, Barbara and Charles Kahn Jr.



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Philadelphia, PA 19106 United States

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