Interfaith

Impact Coalition

Information about this center is no longer updated. This data was last updated on 17 August 2005.

Phone: 212-702-0944
Email: impactcoalition@cs.com
Website: http://www.impactcoalition.org/homepage.html
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Reading of George Washington's Letter Blasts George Bush's Faith-Based Initiative

August 18, 2003

Source: The Providence Journal

http://www.projo.com/news/content/projo_20030818_touro18.789c7.html

On August 18, 2003 The Providence Journal reported that "more than 150 spectators and dignitaries packed into Touro Synagogue yesterday for a lesson on history, religion and, courtesy of Providence Mayor David N. Cicilline, a firsthand demonstration of politics... There to witness the annual...

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Religious diversity growing in Norman, OK

August 18, 2003

Source: The Oklahoma Daily Online

http://www.oudaily.com/vnews/display.v/ART/2003/08/18/3f3e924101f15

On August 18, 2003 the Oklahoma Daily reported that "many religions can be found in the Norman [OK] community. In addition to Christian churches like the Roman Catholic, Methodist, Baptist and Mormon churches, Norman includes many residents of other faiths, including Jews, Muslims, Bahá'í, Buddhists and Hindus. For some, the search for meaning begins and...

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Post-9/11 Interfaith Groups Stand Test of Time

August 18, 2003

Source: Religion Newswriters Association

http://www.religionwriters.com/public/tips/081803/081803a.shtml

On August 18, 2003 the Religion Newswriters Association issued a report on the endurance of interfaith organizations formed in reponse to Sept. 11: "the initial interfaith worship services, open houses and dialogues after 9/11 sowed seeds of lasting relationships. Leaders and observers of interfaith efforts say that is most evident in grass-roots efforts...

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All Faith Foundation

Information about this center is no longer updated. This data was last updated on 18 August 2003.

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Address: 335 Transylvania Park, Lexington, KY 40508

Mapping the Future of Interfaith Dialogue

August 16, 2003

Source: The Wichita Eagle

http://www.kansas.com/mld/eagle/living/6543458.htm

On August 16, 2003 The Wichita Eagle reported that "informational dialogue has helped situations in which Christian and Islamic leaders differ sharply in opinions, said [Jane Smith, professor of Islamic Studies at the Hartford Seminary in Connecticut]. But confrontational conversations can't build inter-faith relationships... 'I don't know that type of conversation gets us very far,' she said. '...

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Wyoming's First Cultural Diversity Sumit

August 16, 2003

Source: Star-Tribune

http://www.casperstartribune.net/articles/2003/08/16/news/wyoming/e979ea0e5f290d1387af735900ba0136.txt

On August 16, 2003 the Star-Tribune reported that "the state's first Cultural Diversity Summit next week in Casper will highlight the pluralistic nature of Wyoming's people and address some of the problems that intolerance of that pluralism can cause... Presented by the Wyoming Department of...

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Christian-Muslim Relations Tense in Wichita

August 16, 2003

Source: The Wichita Eagle

http://www.kansas.com/mld/kansas/living/6543468.htm

On August 16, 2003 The Wichita Eagle reported that "a neighborhood flier announcing a Christian sermon on the dangers of Islam attracted a couple dozen new faces to Wichita's Pleasant Valley Church of Christ last month. 'Did you know that the events of 9/11 are virtually described in the Quran?' the flier stated... Among those in the audience were nearly a dozen Muslims. They left believing...

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Interfaith Gatherings in Memphis, Tennessee

August 16, 2003

Source: Go Memphis

http://www.gomemphis.com/mca/faith_values/article/0,1426,MCA_4076_2184829,00.html

On August 16, 2003 Go Memphis reported that "they started talking a few weeks after Sept. 11, 2001... Memphis Christians and Jews. Memphis Muslims and Hindus. Memphis Buddhists and Baha'is... Their first gathering was on neutral ground, a local public high school. Hundreds of people came from many religious traditions. They talked about what...

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