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Washington National Cathedral
Washington National Cathedral

The Gathering Place: Creating a Shared Religious Activism

A March on Washington Film Festival event at
Washington National Cathedral

Sunday, July 16, 1 pm

As a follow-up to last year’s discussion on What the White Church Must Do, this year’s panel will focus on creating a shared religious activism among interfaith and interracial movements. Why is a shared activism necessary, where is this kind of action already happening, and what will it take to strengthen and sustain individuals and institutions in interfaith movements for justice?

Moderator Robert Raben of the March on Washington Film Festival will be joined by panelists
Bishop Mariann Edgar Budde, Episcopal Diocese of Washington;
the Rev. Dr. Kelly Brown Douglas, Washington National Cathedral;
Rabbi Jonah Dov Pesner, Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism;
Sayyid M. Syeed, Islamic Society of North America;
Dr. Dennis Wiley, The Black Church Center and Covenant Baptist UCC, for an inspiring and challenging conversation as one of many steps toward building a shared religious activism.

Free admission, please register here.



Washington National Cathedral • 3101 Wisconsin Ave., N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20016 • (202) 537-6200