Exploring Race & Interfaith – Mar 2 & 9

Time: March 2 & 9, 2021 | 6 – 7:15 pm
Location: Zoom | Register here

Join the UW-Madison Center for Religion and Global Citizenry Interfaith Fellows in critical discussion about the intersection of religious and worldview identities and struggles for racial equity. UW alumni and former fellows will lead attendees in dialogue about how our racial and religious identities shape our experiences on campus and in non-profit and other professional contexts. Students will have the opportunity to converse with peers, expand their social awareness, and gain essential skills needed to discuss the under-explored intersection of race and religious and secular belief systems.

Questions? Contact daschulz@wisc.edu.

On Campus – Mar 2

Ufaira Shaik 
Class of 2019
Interfaith Fellow 2018-2019



Eryne Jenkins
Class of 2021
Interfaith Fellow 2019-2020



Key Points

0:00 – Opening Presentation
26:02 – Wrap Up & Discussion


In Professional Life – Mar 9

Farha Tahir
Program Officer
National Endowment for Democracy



Alaa Fleifel
Team Leader
JusticePoint Municipal Court



Key Points

0:00 – Opening Presentation
26:02 – Wrap Up & Discussion