A Path Forward continues this fall with an exploration of religious intolerance in our country, focusing on Antisemitism and Islamophobia. The growing impact of “hatriotism” and the mainstreaming of white supremist thought affect not only our Muslim and Jewish communities but all of our democratic institutions. Join this in-person conversation or national Livestream* to discover ideas for countering this troubling trend and to find a path forward.
*For that outside of San Diego, this event will be live-streamed at 5:30 pm PDT on NCRCevents.com.
Imam Abdullah Antepli is an associate professor at the Sanford School of Public Policy, Duke University, with a secondary appointment at the Divinity School. He is a senior fellow on Jewish-Muslim Relations at Shalom Hartman Institute in Jerusalem, where he founded and co-directs the widely recognized Muslim Leadership Initiative.
Bret Stephens is an op-ed columnist for The New York Times and editor-in-chief of Sapir (sapirjournal.org), a new quarterly dedicated to exploring issues of Jewish concern. He previously worked at the Wall Street Journal, where he was awarded a Pulitzer Prize, and as editor-in-chief of The Jerusalem Post.
The conversation will be moderated by Steven P. Dinkin, president of the National Conflict Resolution Center (NCRC). NCRC empowers individuals, organizations, and communities with the skills and resources needed to address conflict, intolerance, and incivility in our society.