It’s the last episode of the season! This Christmas we get real about interfaith work with interfaith and anti-racism educator, Hind Makki. Our big question: Is it possible to do interfaith collaboration without centering and appealing to whiteness?
We also share our best and worst of 2017.
Hind Makki, @HindMakki, is an internationally recognized speaker and educator. She develops and delivers trainings on interfaith action, anti-racism education and youth empowerment. She is the founder of “Side Entrance,” an award-winning website that documents women’s prayer experiences in mosques around the world.
- (00:00:56) We reflect on the season and THANK YOU for showing us so much love
- (00:07:30) We talk about some of our experiences with and questions about interfaith work.
- (00:13:28) Hind Makki joins us and explains how she got engaged with interfaith and anti-racism work.
- (00:20:07) What does real interfaith engagement look like beyond the “photo-op”
- (00:30:54) We discuss the need for a diversity of Muslim representation in interfaith circles.
- (00:38:08) Is it possible to do interfaith work in this country that de-centers white people?
- Intro and Outro Music: RSPN by Blank and Kytt, CC-licensed