51 Mannakee St
Rockville, MD 20850
Registration FULL for this event. Waitlisted will be notified. We will not be accepting registrants at the door. Thanks!
On the road to building trust, civility and action, please join us for a community engagement and interfaith conversation on “Facing Racism in a Diverse Society: Examining Our Unconscious Bias and its Impact on Equity and Inclusion”.
Ramadan Iftar Dinner will follow discussion (Breaking Fast at Sunset)
This event is free and open to the public. It satisfies the multicultural and diversity training requirement. Certificates of attendance will be available at the event. Meet new people in an Open Forum and Enjoy a Delicious Meal. Space is limited, RSVP is strongly recommended by June 1 to email@example.com
- Mr. Jim Stowe, Director of the Montgomery County’s Office of Human Rights.
- Rabbi Batya Steinlauf, Director of Outreach and Social Justice at the, JCRC; and co-chair of the Montgomery County’s Faith Community Working Group.
- Rev. Dr. Carol Flett, Inter-religious Officer, Episcopal Diocese of Washington; and Co-Chair of the Montgomery County’s Faith Community Working Group.
- Imam Yahya Hendi, The Muslim Chaplain at Georgetown University; Imam of the Islamic Society of Fredrick; and is the Muslim Chaplain at the National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda, MD.
Tuesday, June 6, 2017 – 6:30 p.m.
Ramadan Iftar Dinner will follow the discussion (Breaking Fast at Sunset)
Montgomery College, Rockville Campus, Gudelsky Building, Rooms 222/224
Parking instructions for Community Members: Please park in student or white-lined spaces only.
For more information:
Visit the Global Nexus program: www.montgomerycollege.edu/GlobalNexus
2017 Global Nexus Summer Program. Montgomery College.
Sponsored by the Global Nexus and the Office of Advancement and Community Engagement in collaboration with the Offices of Human Rights and Montgomery County’s Office of Community Partnership’s Faith Community Working Group.