Jewish/Muslim artists & community members will explore a common vision for the future with regards to the challenges we face and the complexity of our identities.
Join the Jewish-Muslim Community Building Initiative (JMCBI) and other allies of faith on this day to emphasize the call of our faith traditions to welcome immigrants into our society.
JMCBI is hosting a discussion group that will explore the future of health care in the U.S., and what Judaism and Islam say about this topic.
CAIR-Chicago is a member of the Jewish-Muslim Community Building Initiative (JMCBI), a working group that focuses on grassroots collaboration between the Muslim and Jewish communities in the greater Chicago metropolitan area.
CAIR-Chicago’s Outreach Coordinator, Gerald Hankerson, will be attending the upcoming Cafe Finjan planning meeting.
CAIR-Chicago will be co-hosting this month’s Jewish-Muslim text study session.
CAIR-Chicago’s Outreach Coordinator, Gerald Hankerson, will be speaking at the Jewish Muslim Community Building Initiative (JMCBI) meeting this Thursday.
Can Jews and Muslims play and pray together?
When Ramadan and Rosh Hashana overlapped in September 2007, members of a Chicago interfaith group came together at a local synagogue to practice their respective rituals of prayer and feasting.
WHAT: CAFÉ FINJAN is a series of interfaith arts exchanges, begun in 2004 by the Jewish Council on Urban Affairs as part of its Jewish-Muslim Community-Building Initiative. Come join new and old friends for a night of comedy, music, song, and spoken word in an intimate coffeehouse setting on the edge of the West Town and Noble Square neighborhoods.
CAIR-Chicago participated in its first Cafe Finjan event on Thursday, July 14th, at Che Cafe – 1058 W. Taylor Street. Cafe Finjan is a series of interfaith arts exchanges, begun in 2004 by the Jewish Council on Urban Affairs as part of its Jewish-Muslim Community-Building Initiative.
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