Adah Shair, a Muslim student at University of North Florida, who writes on the IFYC blog about her reaction as a Muslim student organizer and reinforces the idea that interfaith cooperation is needed now more than ever. Read Adah”s piece here.
Chris Stedman, Executive Director of Yale”s Humanist Community, Author, and IFYC Alumnus, reminds us of the difference between endorsing content from someone”s free speech and supporting free speech itself. Read Chris”s piece here.
Dorie Goehring , a student at Harvard Divinity casino School, writes for State of Formation and the IFYC blog about why she doesn”t want to join the #IAmCharlieHebdo trend and challenges readers to consider their role in speaking up against harmful ideas. Read Dorie”s piece here.
Joshua Stanton, Rabbi and IFYC Alumnus, wrote for Huffington Post about the need for Muslims and Jews to find each other amidst this tragedy. Read Joshua”s piece here.
Hind Makki, Muslim Interfaith Activist and IFYC Alumna, examines in Patheos the many issues of free speech and social tension surfaced by the attacks considers how the country can move forward in ways that reinforce a commitment to pluralism. Read Hind”s piece here.