MARTI Talk: Immigration in Judaism

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MARTI Talk: Immigration in Judaism

March 2 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Thank you very much again for accepting our invitation and sparing your precious time to join us as speakers on the panel of "Migration in Abrahamic ReligiousĀ Traditions." I would like to introduce the speakers and provide details of the events. We have three speakers from Jewish, Christian, and MulsimĀ backgrounds, presenting perspectives from respective traditions.Ā 

Rabbi Jenni GreenspanĀ is the Senior Rabbi at Beth Shalom Congregation in Columbia, MD. See bio atĀ https://www.beth-shalom.net/2022/06/22/welcome-rabbi-jenni-greenspan/

Dr. Rev. Alvin HatawayĀ is the emeritus Pastor at the historic Union Baptist Church in Baltimore, MD. See bio atĀ https://www.unionbaptistmd.org/pastor

Dr. Zuleyha ColakĀ is an instructor at Columbia University, NY, and a board and faculty memberĀ at Respect Graduate School, PA. See bio atĀ https://www.respectgs.us/teacher/dr-zuleyha-colak/

Panel discussion event details:
Title:Ā "Migration in Abrahamic ReligiousĀ Traditions"
Date:Ā Thursday, March 2nd, 2023
Time:Ā 6:30-8:30 pm (event will start with refreshments and socializing. talks and discussion will start at 7:00 pm)
Location:Ā Maryland Turkish-American Inhabitants (MARTI)
Address:Ā 9115 Guilford Rd Suite 200, Columbia, MD 21046
Agenda of Panel (tentative):
7:00 pm: Welcome and introduction by moderator
7:10 pm: 1st panelist
7:25 pm: 2nd panelist
7:40 pm: 3rd panelist
7:55 pm: Q&A discussion
8:25 pm: Closing remarks
8:30 pm: End of program.

Topic and scope of the panel: Migration in Abrahamic Religious Traditions
The objective of this panel will be to present theĀ perspectives of religionsĀ (Abrahamic focus in this panel) on the topic ofĀ  "Migration". Migration has been a part of human history and still happening today, maybe at higher scales due to the suffering of people in their homelands. We would like to discuss how religious communities have experienced migration and tackled it as both migrating and/or resident (welcoming) communities, giving examples from the past and present.

Details

Date:
March 2
Time:
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm