2/02/2018 Staff

Breaking the Melting Pot: Realities of Race, Racism and Religion in America

Breaking the Melting Pot- Realities of Race, Racism and Religion in America

Imam Khalid Latif

University Chaplain for New York University, Executive Director of the Islamic Center at NYU, and Chaplain for the NYPD

Tensions in the United States are present as realities of race and class are becoming harder to deny. Imam Khalid Latif examines the dissonance that exists between conflict surrounding race, religion, and class and the aspirational ideals of the United States. He explores how we can work together toward achieving pluralism in a time where the country seems so divided.

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