The rise of white supremacist movements has led to a growing swell of antisemitism and Islamophobia. It also resulted in anger against far-right Christian extremists that has fueled hostility to religion in general.
Join our distinguished multi-faith panel for a discussion around the problem of anti-religious bigotry and how interfaith cooperation can serve as a bulwark against bias. Our speakers are all affiliated with the Shoulder to Shoulder Campaign, a US-based, interreligous coalition to end anti-Muslim bigotry.
Dr. Mohamed Elsanousi, Executive Director, Network for Religious and Traditional Peacemakers; former director, Community Outreach and Interfaith Relations, Islamic Society of North America; and co-founder of the Shoulder to Shoulder Campaign.
Rabbi Esther Lederman, Director of Congregational Innovation, Union for Reform Judaism; member, Central Conference of American Rabbis’ task force on the experience of women in the rabbinate; and co-chair of the Shoulder to Shoulder Campaign.
Kathryn Lohre, Assistant to the Presiding Bishop of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America; Executive for Ecumenical and Inter-Religious Relations and Theological Discernment; and co-chair of the Shoulder to Shoulder Campaign.
Register at: jtsa.edu/anti-religious-bigotry
The John Paul II Lecture is hosted by the Milstein Center for Interreligious Dialogue at the Jewish Theological Seminary with the John Paul II Center for Interreligious Dialogue and help from the Russell Berrie Foundation.