“We took that back to the committee, and we looked at it and agreed [it was problematic],” says Wiles. The JCRC and the Muslim Alliance of Indiana also concurred that the suggested film was problematic, and a different film was chosen.
For example, at the Indiana Interchurch Center a number of advocacy organizations are eager to hold hands and sing “Kum bay ya” around topics like hate crimes legislation. What happens, though, when certain groups have irreconcilable differences over certain issues? Like, say the international Boycott Divest Sanction movement against Israel?
Amy Guess, Program Coordinator, CANDLES Holocaust Museum and Education Center, and Aliya Amin, Executive Director, Muslim Alliance of Indiana, share information about “Hummus & Happiness”
Thursday July 5th — More than 60 people attended the opening reception for "Red, Black, Gold," an exhibit of contemporary local African American artists. Several of the artists attended the reception and…
The event at the Indiana Interchurch Center – Krannert Hall is meant to educate the interfaith community on the opioid epidemic.