Discerning our Moral Commitments Together: A Multifaith Conversation on Racial Justice and Human Dignity

As we continue to grapple with the pandemic and all the ways that oppression is causing harm among us, building connections for justice across our different communities is a powerful act of resistance and resilience.

WHO: Minnesota Multifaith Network (MnMN) invites all faith leaders, interfaith organization leadership and volunteers, people of all faith backgrounds, those of no faith commitments, and everyone committed to the flourishing of all communities in Minnesota to an online convening on June 17th.

WHAT: Be part of a deep conversation on how we are discerning and acting on our shared moral commitments in these times.

SPEAKERS: Professor Anantanand Rambachan and Reverend Jia Starr Brown will set the tone for our convening. All participants will have an opportunity for in-depth, facilitated conversations about racial justice, human dignity and what faith communities can do together to propel needed change.

MnMN is bringing together Baha’i, Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Jain, Jewish, Muslim, Native American, Sikh, Unitarian, and other communities working for a more just and loving world. Your presence on June 17th will contribute to deepening a growing multifaith network in Minnesota.

DATE: Thursday, June 17, 11am – 1pm CDT

ONLINE: via Zoom (link will be emailed to all registered participants)

TICKETS AND REGISTRATION: Register and purchase tickets by June 15th: https://bit.ly/3w8fW6S

*Please contact [email protected] if complimentary tickets are needed.



This event is being facilitated by our multicultural consultant team, Courageous Change Collective.