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Building Bridges Across Glaring Differences

Imam Khalid Latif, Islamic Center, New York University (ICNYU)

01-Aug-16 15:00

Building Bridges Across Glaring Differences

Imam Khalid Latif is the Muslim Chaplain and Executive Director of the Islamic Center, New York University (ICNYU). He is also one of the principal subjects of Chelsea Clinton's 2014 documentary film "Of Many." Drawing from his experience as a young Muslim American community leader, he chronicles his efforts in interfaith leadership and guidance for his young students and will also discuss ways in which everyone can play a more active role in mending divisions among different groups.


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