Public Meeting Online
Tuesday 30 June 2020, 7:30pm on Zoom
Video from the event:
We need to talk.
In the wake of Black Lives Matter, we need to talk about racism. Each of the three Abrahamic religions – Judaism, Christianity, and Islam – has a chequered history of how we treat “the other”, and all three religions have also been on the receiving end of hatred.
But what do our prophets, our history, our traditions, and our lived experience in the contemporary world tell us about racism in the twenty-first century?
Come join our Zoom meeting, where we’ll discuss how our three Abrahamic religions approach racism.
|Chair||Prof Paul Morris, Victoria University|
|Moderator||Meng Foon, Race Relations Commissioner|
|Jewish||Juliet Moses, NZ Jewish Council|
|Christian||Charles Waldegrave, Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit|
|Muslim||Anjum Rahman, Inclusive Aotearoa Collective|
There will be time for questions and answers immediately following the panel discussion.
We hope to see you there.
For further information, contact the meeting host, Dave Moskovitz, firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 027 220 2202.