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Citywide Interfaith Teach-In 25 April , 2011

Filed under: Interfaith Issues — Administrator @ 10:19 am


SUNDAY, MAY 15, 2011 1:30-4:00

The Dialogue Project 9th Annual

Citywide Interfaith Teach-In

on Approaching the 10th Anniversary of 9/11

An open conversation among New Yorkers

KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Haroon Moghul and Joshua Stanton

Explore with a teacher of a different faith or ethnicity:

♦ Community Trauma & Healing ♦Transforming & Resolving Conflict ♦Stereotypes –
Concepts of the Stranger and “Other” in our texts and cultures

199 Chambers at West Street-BMCC Richard Harris Terrace

(A,C,E,1,2,3 to Chambers or 4,5 to Brooklyn Bridge)

Teachers and Leaders: Imam Shamsi Ali, Rev. Chloe Breyer, Raymond Brock, Lisa Bellan-Boyer, T. Kenjitsu
Nakagaki, Prof. Brigitte Kahl, Maryum Khwaja, Sally MacNichol, Rabbi Simkha Weintraub, Rabbi Serge Lippe, Imam
Khalil Abdur Rashid, Syed Sayeed, Rori Picker Neiss, Rev. Peter Sabune, Geoffrey Shugen Arnold Sensei.

Co-sponsors: Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, Arab American Association of New York, Bay Ridge Jewish Center, Brooklyn For Peace, Brooklyn
Heights Synagogue, Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture, Buddhist Council of NY, CAIR New York, Community Church, Congregation Kolot
Chayeinu/Voices of Our Lives, CONNECT Faith, Grace Church, Grace Church, The House of Peace Inc., The Interfaith Center of New York,
Faith House Manhattan, Muslim Consultative Network, Park 51 Community Center, Park Slope Jewish Center, Pax Christi Metro New York,
Plymouth Church of the Pilgrims, Progressive Muslims Meet Up New York, Rabbis for Human Rights, NA., Religious Freedom USA, Romemu,
Union Theological Seminary-Interfaith Caucus, and The Zen Center of New York City.

The Dialogue Project promotes encounters among new immigrants, and long time residents of diverse faiths and
ethnicities, and with Palestinian, Israeli, Jewish and Muslim New Yorkers. We create face to face engagement where
difficult subjects are explored and our personal narratives are shared. We learn how to listen actively and reflect each
other’s story. | | 718-768-2175 | Meet us on Facebook

$10 suggested contribution

Hold the Date – Sunday, May 15, 1:30 PM


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