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In this advanced workshop participants will examine the ways that religious, secular, and spiritual identities create privilege and marginalization in the social world. Rather than giving participants a crash course on the world’s religions, this course will encourage critical thinking about how participants can contribute to an environment of religious pluralism and interfaith equity for all members of our community.

Objectives: By the end of this session participants will be able to:

  • Evaluate the role that religion and spirituality may play in their lives and communities
  • Identify strategies to support religiously marginalized communities
  • Prepare to contribute to a greater sense of belonging on campus for people of all religious, secular, and spiritual identities

Registration is through UNT Bridge.

Event Details

  • Rachael A Watson

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