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Hosted by Hanadi Doleh, ICNY Director for Community PartnershipsThroughout New York, clergy members, lay leaders and faith-based activists from every faith tradition are working to create positive ch
Welcome to a special episode of Interfaith Matters, exploring New York City Council Resolution 1257, and the importance of religious diversity education in public schools. Resolution 1257 calls on the New York City Department of Education to offer age-a..
In recent years, religious liberty has primarily been framed as a concern of conservative Christians in the United States, particularly in their opposition to reproductive and LGBTQ rights. But faith-based values are not the sole province of social cons..
We kick off Season Six of our #InterfaithMattersPodcast with a celebration of World Interfaith Harmony Week (Feb. 1-7) and the United Nations International Day of Human Fraternity (Feb. 4). In this
In this episode, #InterfaithMattersPodcast host AJ DeBonis talks with NYPD Clergy Outreach Unit Detective Mohamed Amen, who is also a member of the NYPD Muslim Officers Society.Det. Amen shares what
The 2020 election may be one of the most important in our lifetimes. How are people of faith approaching this election, working to get out the vote, safeguard a fair election, and renew confidence in the democratic process? In this episode, #InterfaithM..
Coming Together to Keep Our City Safe Interfaith Matters continues talking with religious, civic and governmental leaders whose lives and work intersect with the Black Lives Matter and police refor
The Movement for Black Lives A new podcast miniseries asks NYC faith, secular and governmental leaders about their experiences of the movement and its futureRabbi Joshua Stanton, of East End Temple
The Movement for Black Lives A new podcast miniseries asks NYC faith, secular and governmental leaders about their experiences of the movement and its futureThe Rev. Kaji Doua, senior pastor of Pa
Will We Want to Go “Back to Normal”? The COVID-19 pandemic is changing the ways New Yorkers practice their faiths, and religious leaders on the frontlines say that may not be a bad thing.
Pictured (clockwise from top left): host AJ DeBonis, Rabbi Heidi Hoover, The Rev. Canon Terence Lee, and Traven Fusho RiceHistory shows that pandemics often leave long-lasting and far-reaching impac