RSVP Beyond the Veil: How a Muslim Daughter and Her Christian Mother Moved Past Division and Pain to Love and Peace

The Graduate School- Diversity and Inclusion presents:

Beyond the Veil: How a Muslim Daughter and Her Christian Mother Moved Past Division and Pain to Love and Peace

What can all Americans learn from Patricia Raybon—an award-winning journalist and Christian author—and her Muslim daughter, impassioned educator Alana Raybon, a convert to Islam, about bringing common-sense wisdom and insight to healing our national, professional, faith, and family divides? Join the co-authors of Undivided to explore their journey past division and pain to love, respect, and peace. Gather tangible takeaways for bridging and healing divides, building alliances, and forming genuine connections. We invite the Princeton University community to join us in this interactive discussion.

Thursday, April 20th, 6:45pm

Lewis Thomas Laboratory (LTL) - Ground floor Room 003

 

Co-sponsors: Campus Conversations on Identities, Office of the Provost, Office of Religious Life, LGBT Center, and the Carl A. Fields Center For Equality + Cultural Understanding