Announcing National Multifaith Campaign: Know Your Neighbor

We’re excited to announce the launch of a new national grassroots, multifaith campaign along with several other prestigious organizations that include the Baptist Joint Committee, Interfaith Alliance, Sikh Coalition, Religions for Peace, The Becket Fund, Shoulder to Shoulder, among many others. Launched first at the White House, the campaign responds to the voices of hate and division which are growing louder and more numerous, particularly against Arab, Middle Eastern, Muslim, and South Asian (AMEMSA) communities, and other minorities. Together, we seek to respond to anti-minority sentiment, bigotry, and hatred by encouraging and facilitating face-to-face engagement, relationship-building, dialogue, and action between people of different religious traditions, beliefs, and cultures. 

Join our call to action and pledge your support here.


Muslim-Jewish Halaqa-Seder Celebration


The second Muslim-Jewish Halaqa-Seder: A Celebration of the Exodus Story on April 3rd was highlighed by dramatic reenactments of scenes from the Exodus story and engrossing discussions of the different narratives between members of each faith. Another Halaqa-Seder event is scheduled for May 19th, 6:00 – 9:00 PM in Berkeley.


Answering Difficult Questions about Islam
and Muslims in the Current Political Environment

Saturday, April 16th, 12:30 – 4:30 PM in San Ramon


This day-long workshop will focus on guidelines, methodology and knowledge for understanding and responding to FAQs about Islam and Muslims. The workshop is suitable for ages high school and above. Attendees will receive a printed kit with answers to common FAQs. Registration fee: $10 which covers materials and coffee and snacks. Register today!


Faith of Our Neighbors: Islam

Sunday, April 17th, 3:30 – 6:00 PM in Morgan Hill


Learn about Islam, its beliefs and practices in the context of modern western societies and current affairs. A short presentation will be followed by an open Q&A session moderated by a panel of the Muslim, Jewish and Christian clergy. ING’s Maha Elgenaidi will be a participating speaker, along with Zaytuna College lecturer, Dr. Ali AtaieMore information here.