Dr. Kameelah Interfaith Public Talk

Dr. Kameelah Interfaith Public Talk

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Dr. Kameelah Mu’Min Oseguera’s talk “Interfaith Dynamics and Spiritual Diversity in Black/African American Communities,” draws on research and dialogue that she pioneered as part of “The Exploring Black Christian Views of American Muslims” research study, conducted by Muslim Wellness Foundation and The Institute for Social Policy and Understanding between March 2020 – June 2020. The purpose of this study was to gain insight and understanding into how Black Christian views of American Muslims views are formed, and to identify the impacts of these views on interracial, intraracial, and interfaith dialogues. Learn more and get your tickets today. Space is limited!

This lecture is sponsored by the Henry Luce Foundation’sToward A Common Public Lifeinitiative, hosted by Dream of Detroit, with the support of Historic Masjid Wali Muhammad, and brought to you by “Black Religion and Community Unification: Dialogue and Listening Across Black/African American Muslim and Christian Congregations, Art Spaces, and Community Organizing Collectives,” a convening of scholars, community organizers, and artists from five Henry Luce Funded collectives including: Black Muslim Internationalism Project, The Detroit Muslim Storytelling Project, The Crossroads Project, Center for Religion and Cities, and Finding Holy Ground: Performing Visions of Race and Justice in America.

To register for this event please visit the following URL: https://dreamofdetroit.org/interfaithpublictalk/ →


Date And Time

2024-04-20 @ 12:30 PM to
2024-04-20 @ 02:00 AM

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