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"How I Left the Interfaith Movement and Found Interfaith Solidarity"
Dr. Edward Curtis will offer reflections and invite dialogue on the broader theme of interfaith activism in light of his own disillusionment with corporate- and foundation-funded interfaith movements in the United States. He will address how this disillusionment ultimately opened the way for him to focus more of his energy on Black, Muslim, and Palestinian liberation.
Dr. Edward Curtis is the Millennium Chair of the Liberal Arts & Professor of Religious Studies, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis