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Week 28 | April 14, 2020
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Inspiring interfaith moments during the coronavirus crisis | Al Arabiya English
The coronavirus pandemic has crossed borders and cultures indiscriminately, affecting people’s lives regardless of their race or religion. While the global crisis has caused much anxiety, it has also inspired moments of interfaith unity.
Learning about diverse traditions
Jewish Tradition: Washing Hands
In Jewish tradition, washing your hands is a great responsibility and a mitzvah with a rich history. Read this article from Jackson Ribler, a sophomore student who currently serves as President for the Jewish Student Union of Virginia Tech.
Here, we share resources and content in support of interfaith activities and observances.
Did you like the music playing at the Interfaith Together Dinner last February? Here we share the dinner’s “Together Playlist”, with many songs from diverse traditions, wishing that they bring you peace, harmony, and joy. Enjoy!
Engage with the Interfaith Initiative at VT
Brown Bag Dialogue: Educators’ Awareness of Worldview Differences (April 23)
Participate in the Interfaith Brown Bag Lunch Online Dialogue on Thursday, April 23, noon to 1 p.m. Open to faculty, staff, students, and community members.
Evening Dialogue Online: The Power of Interfaith Friendships (April 29)
Access the previous editions of the Interfaith Circle Newsletter.