Thursday, November 20, 2008
Does Kentucky Still Have Faith in Interfaith?
Christians, Jews, Muslims, Ba’hais, Buddhists, Hindus, the list goes on and on. But it’s not simply a catalogue of religions; it’s a list of your neighbors, your friends, the teachers at school, the server in your favorite restaurant. Kentucky has become increasing religiously diverse over the past few years. So how are we handling this new community? And how are the different faiths communicating with each other? And with so many different faiths, how does discrimination manifest itself, and how is it dealt with? Join us on Thursday when we host a panel of guests for the Kentucky Commission on Human Rights Advocacy Hearing: Does Kentucky Still Have Faith in Interfaith. Call us with your questions.