Reimagining Interfaith in 2020 for Higher Education
At a time when higher education is facing unprecedented challenges, some might wonder whether and how to make interfaith engagement a priority. Join Christopher Clarke (University of Miami), Angie Luo (University of Southern California), and Beatrix Weil (Rhodes College) to learn why they believe interfaith is relevant right now, and learn more about how interfaith programs on their campuses are being situated within our current context. Their experiences reimagining interfaith in 2020 are sure to spark innovation and creativity for work on your own campus. Access the video conversation.
Interested in applying these insights in your own work? The Designing Responsive Interfaith Programs resource was developed drawing on Interfaith Diversity Experiences and Attitudes Longitudinal Survey (IDEALS) findings and the above stories.
If you are looking for a way to become an interfaith leader, work for racial equity and build bridges, please check out our free curriculum "We Are Each Other's" and start your interfaith leadership today.
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The opinions contained in this piece are solely the author’s and do not necessarily reflect the views of Interfaith Youth Core. Interfaith America encourages a wide range of views and strives to maintain a respectful tone with a goal of greater understanding and cooperation between people of different faiths, worldviews, and traditions.