Sacrifice: An Evening of Interfaith Dialogue and Art
When: Wednesday, August 22, 2018 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Where: E-Building, Atrium
In commemoration of the Muslim holiday of Eid Al Adha, join us for an interfaith dialogue on how the Muslim holiday centers around a tradition found in monotheistic religions across the globe and how we can apply elements of the story surrounding sacrifice and family to today’s climate. This discussion will be accompanied by an interfaith exhibit commissioned by GAMA New York (Gathering All Muslim Artists): an exploration into the Abrahimic narrative through interconnected perspectives of the faiths stemming therefrom. Dinner will be served following the discussion.
- Dr. Khadijah Matin, Dean, Interfaith Spiritual Counseling Program, One Spirit Learning Alliance and Seminary
- Shaykh Abdur Rashid, Al Mikashfi, Founder and Director, The Mikashfie Institute of America
- Huma Mohibullah, Adjunct Faculty, Seattle Central College
- Professor Dana Trusso, Assistant Professor, LaGuardia Community College
- Rabbi Barat Ellman, Adjunct Professor, Fordham University & Adjunct Faculty, Bard Prison Initiative
- Father Frank Sabatté, CSP, Director, Openings Artist Collective
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