Over the past three years, Interfaith Philadelphia has equipped hundreds of youth and adults from all walks of life with some key tools to being a great interfaith ally.
Join Interfaith Philadelphia staff and fellow community members on Zoom this May for a workshop that provides opportunities to learn about and exercise the skills needed to intervene with family, friends, and colleagues to combat discrimination and prejudice.
Rooted in bystander intervention techniques, this workshop specifically focuses on how to address religiously-focused hate speech and discrimination.
WHEN: Wednesday, May 6, 2020
2:00 - 3:15 PM
COST: $15 / person
Free for students | Scholarships available by request
Anneke is the Youth & Community Programs Manager at Interfaith Philadelphia. She has seven years of experience working with refugees, youth, and women in the United States, West and Southern Africa on issues of education, economic empowerment, employment, and community building. Anneke holds an M.A. in Community Development and Planning from Clark University.
Liz serves as the Community Programs Associate for Interfaith Philadelphia, in the areas of programming, communications, and development. In her role, she supports Interfaith Philadelphia's trainings and workshops, the Interfaith Peer Learning Network, the Religious Leaders Council, and more. Liz graduated from Haverford College with a B.A. in English Literature.