Rumi Forum, Prince George’s County Office of Human Rights, and Prince George’s County Memorial Library System present a virtual panel discussion on “How Do We Deal With Covid, Social Injustice, and Polarization?”
How do we build and use interfaith harmony to develop restoration, reconciliation, and resiliency as applicable to the world that we live in now? We are plagued: by the Covid-19 pandemic, by social injustice, by economic inequities, limited and inequitable access to resources, environmental injustice, and the polarization of our times. Three faith leaders will consider these difficult questions and provide hope and practical solutions to taking steps towards restoration, reconciliation, and resiliency today. Join Rumi Forum, Prince George’s County Office of Human Rights, and Prince George’s County Memorial Library System on February 3rd at 7 pm for a conversation for our time, in recognition of World Interfaith Harmony Week.
Rumi Forum presents this event as a collaborating partner of the Interfaith Council of Metropolitan Washington (IFCMW) during the 3rd Annual World Interfaith Harmony Week in the DMV. We are glad that this panel discussion coincides with the annual worldwide observance during the month of February 2022.