The way religion is portrayed today, one could think that it is the source of much of the world’s violence. While religious division continue into 2014, interfaith groups at Grand Valley State University are gathering to address problems facing religion by confronting religious violence and intolerance as a part of a national movement.
Better Together Day, an interfaith dialogue will take place April 10 in Multipurpose room 030 of the Mary Idema Pew Library from 7:30 to 10 p.m. It is sponsored by the Kaufman Interfaith Institute, a Grand Rapids community-based nonprofit that promotes religious understanding and respect on GVSU’s campus by connecting interfaith activities to the campus community.
The event is also organized by the Interfaith Youth Core (IFYC), a Chicago-based nonprofit that mobilizes college students nationwide to become interfaith activists in their own college communities.
Students who wish to show support for Better Together Day are encouraged to…
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