The Role of Interfaith Dialogue in Strengthening Social Justice Movements

Thursday, August 5 | 6:00-8:00 pm | Alumni Memorial Union Ballroom E

Join us for a conversation and exchange about interfaith dialogue


Bridges or Barriers: Shared Figures in Islamic and Christian Traditions

Thursday, September 23 | 5:00-6:30 pm | via Zoom

Join us for a conversation on the shared importance and significance of Jesus, Mary, Abraham, and Hagar in Islamic and Christian traditions.


Stories of Hope and Resilience: Milwaukee Religious Communities Surviving the Pandemic

Thursday, November 18 | 6:00-7:30 pm | Sensenbrenner Hall, Eisenberg Room (304)

Join us to engage in discussion and storytelling with community leaders and activists.

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Interfaith as Interdisciplinary: The Value of Learning about the Religious Other

Monday, February 21 | 5:00-6:30 via YouTube | InformationRegister Here

This panel brings together community leaders, activists, faculty members, and students from various faith traditions to discuss the value of learning about the faith of others and how it may contribute to personal growth and community cohesion