INTERFAITH IN LIVING COLOR 2021!
Your stories, experiences, and many identities all matter! As we celebrate our office being one of the recipients of the Racial Equity and Interfaith Cooperation award from the Interfaith Youth Core under the We Are Each Other’s Campaign, we encourage you to open your mind, read, ponder, reflect, and connect with the experiences of your neighbors. They may be similar to yours or very different, either way they reside at an intersection all of us have to cross: faith/worldview/religion and race/ethnicity/culture.
We will be releasing stories day by day, beginning from Martin Luther King Jr. day throughout Black History Month in February, so make sure to check out our website and social media pages (@interfaithpitt on Instagram and interfaithpitt on Facebook) to stay up to date with any new stories!
To submit a story, click this link!
The University of Pittsburgh is open for business. However, to contain the spread of the COVID-19 novel coronavirus, the Office of Interfaith Dialogue and Engagement will be operating under a Remote Work Plan and shifting to virtual engagement. This means all of our workshops, events, and programming for now will be online. We will still be providing engagement so please take a look at some of our past virtual events and sessions! I am also available by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) during regular work hours.