As America transitions into an “interfaith” culture, how ought we to understand differences in ethnicity, religion, and race? How do we move beyond merely understanding race as identity, on the one hand, or professions of color-blindness, on the other? Each speaker will reflect on how we might instead focus on constructive changes and prioritize civic-level gains in political economy and culture—and on new ways for diverse faith communities to play a role in that forward-looking vision.
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Civic Bridge-Building and Racial Justice in Interfaith America