On October 1, American Islamic College is partnering with The Lutheran School of Theology’s A Center for Christian-Muslim Engagement for Peace and Justice, Chicago Theological Seminary’s Interreligious Institute, and The Shoulder-to-Shoulder Campaign to present a webinar and panel discussion.
Participants will watch three short videos (5-minutes each) followed by a vibrant panel discussion.
Date: Thursday, October 1, 2020
Time: 7:00 PM CST
Contact Kim Shultz at email@example.com for details and to register.
Being a Better Ally
Being Muslim in America
and Good Practices for Building Community
Moderator: Catherine Orsborn
Catherine Orsborn is the Executive Director of Shoulder to Shoulder, a national campaign of religious and interfaith organizations dedicated to working collectively against anti-Muslim bigotry in the US. Prior her current role, Catherine worked at the University of Denver as the co-Director of the Social Justice living/learning community on campus, and as a doctoral researcher at the Josef Korbel School of International Studies on the project, “Religion and Social Cohesion in Conflict-Affected Countries.”
Catherine received her undergraduate degree from Asbury University in Kentucky, and holds an MA and PhD in Religious Studies from the University of Denver, specializing in religion, conflict and peace-building in comparative context. She currently lives in Nashville, TN, with her husband and two young children.