Bridging Divides through Interfaith Leadership Webinar

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Conversations on Israel & Gaza


An Interfaith America interactive webinar to provide information and skills for enhancing the interfaith leadership and literacy skills of Gonzaga’s faculty and student-programming professionals.

Session activities include:

  • An overview of religious diversity and demographics in America and in higher education Basic terminology in the field of interfaith cooperation Interfaith America’s framework for building relationships across difference as a response to rising antisemitism, Islamophobia, and other forms of religious bigotry Models of effective interfaith leadership and cooperation in higher education.
  • A case study on navigating the challenges of antisemitism and/or Islamophobia amidst tension or unrest on campus Interfaith America is a trusted resource for developing respect for religious, spiritual, and secular identities, building relationships across diverse religious and worldview communities, and fostering collective action for the common good.

This opportunity is a feature of the Conversations on Israel and Gaza program, hosted by the Provost’s Office in partnership with Dr. Shannon Dunn and the Religious Studies department.



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Bridging Divides through Interfaith Leadership Webinar