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INTENSIFYING THE LIGHT: Knowing Thyself: Handling Implicit Bias

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The last in our three-part series of online interfaith roundtables about how we can shine our light more brightly in an uncertain world.

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The world’s great faith traditions teach us that even in the midst of darkness, light is always present. From the star atop the Christmas tree to the candles of Hanukkah, the lights of Diwali and the candles of Kwanzaa, we are called upon to remember that Divine Light is in each of us and in every part of Creation.

In this dark time of the year, and in times that feel uncertain, it is even more important for us to intensify the Light within us, so that we can see and honor that which shines in each other, despite our differences.

Our series concludes with "Knowing Thyself: Handling Implicit Bias" introduced by Gail Price-Wise, founder and President of the Florida Center for Cultural Competence. Then we will break into small "roundtable" groups. In this safe, facilitated space we will share our experiences, observations and responses to Gail's remarks.

This gathering is free with registration. Please join us, and share with friends!

TO REGISTER FOR THIS AND OTHER SESSIONS IN THIS SERIES:

Monday January 11, "Learning to Listen to the Other" introduced by Dr. Fartun S. Mohamud: PLEASE CLICK HERE.

Monday, February 8, "Loving Thy Neighbor, No Exceptions" introduced by Christopher DeSanti. For information and registration, PLEASE CLICK HERE.

Monday March 8, "Knowing Thyself: Handling Implicit Bias" introduced by Gail Price-Wise. For information and registration, PLEASE CLICK ON "REGISTER" ON THIS PAGE.

For more information about the series and about JAM & ALL Interfaith, please call 561.289.4621 or 561.251.5336 or email us at info@jamandallinterfaith.net

***It is our intention in JAM & ALL Interfaith to foster a safe space where we can share ideas and create community across faith traditions. Your willingness to include your full name, keep your video camera on, and participate in moderated discussion activities supports this goal. We look forward to your virtual presence and your participation! ***

JAM & ALL Interfaith, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Founded in response to the events of 9/11, JAM & ALL is dedicated to fostering understanding, social harmony, and peace through dialogue, multicultural interaction and educational projects.

JAM & ALL Interfaith supports dialogue in the community through monthly interfaith gatherings, town hall meetings, conferences, and other special events.

www.jamandallinterfaith.net

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