April 13 Dialogue on Racism, Islamophobia and 2016 Elections

April 13 Dialogue on Racism, Islamophobia and 2016 Elections

A Deliberative Dialogue on

Racism, Islamophobia and the 2016 Elections

 at Hofstra University on April 13 at 7 p.m. Axinn Library, 10th floor

Brief remarks by panelists:

Rev. Mark Lukens – Pastor, Bethany Congregational Church

Seemi Ahmed – Muslim Chaplin, Hofstra University

Rev. Natalie Fenimore – Unitarian Universalist Congregation at Shelter Rock

Rabbi Michael WhiteTemple Sinai in Roslyn


Each of the speakers will give a brief (5 minute) statement from their religious perspective, followed by deliberative dialogue conducted by Professor Michael D’Innocenzo

Wednesday April 13th,  2016

7:00pm – 8:30pm

Hofstra University 10th floor library

** Refreshments will be served **

Co-sponsored by: The Center for Civic Engagement, The Interfaith Alliance of L.I., Hofstra’s Honors College, The Peace Fellows Program at Hofstra and The long Island Alliance for Peaceful Alternatives.


For more information:

Professor Martin Melkonian, Hofstra University – 516-463-5595

Rev. Mark Lukens – 516-599-5768

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