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InterfaithCincy, in partnership with A Blessing to One Another, is offering Interfaith Community Engagement Grants. Any Faith community or any faith-based youth group that partners with a faith community or youth group from another faith tradition to work on a community engagement project can apply. To view the grant application, please click here. For Information and application form contact Dr. James Buchanan at A Blessing to One Another at

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March 2021

Practicing Religion: A Comparative Approach to the World’s Religions

March 23 @ 7:00 pm - May 25 @ 8:00 pm

Join Interfaith Partnership in Spring 2021 for a ten-week virtual course exploring practices of the world’s religious traditions. The course will be organized around a central theme, namely that there are certain human “practices,” and that these differ among the religions of the world. For instance, nearly all world religions are committed to hospitality, but how they practice hospitality can be very different. Or again, religions of the world have an understanding of “dying well,” but how this most human of…

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May 2021

The Presidents, The Press, and American Jewry

May 6 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Harold Holzer, Director, Hunter College's Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute; Rabbi Gary Zola, Ph.D., Executive Director, Jacob Rader Marcus Center of the American Jewish Archives; Moderator Harold Holzer, one of the nation's greatest Lincoln scholars, has published a wonderful new volume titled The Presidents vs. the Press: The Endless Battle Between the White House and the Media — From the Founding Fathers to Fake News. You will not want to miss this special webinar wherein Mr. Holzer will focus on…

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Eliminating Racial Inequities in our Healthcare System: Presentation, Discussion, & Call to Action

May 6 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Presented by EquaSion's A Mighty Stream program in conjunction with The Center for Closing the Health Gap Presenters: Renee Mahaffey Harris, President & CEO, The Center for Closing the Health Gap Louito Edje, M.D., MHPE, FAAFP, Family Physician Bishop Marvin F. Thomas, Sr., Host, Second Episcopal District, CME Church A Mighty Stream is an interfaith racial justice initiative sponsored by EquaSion. This webinar is the second in a planned series. The Center for Closing the Health Gap is a non-profit…

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Join a Compassionate Conversation on First Fridays

May 7 @ 9:30 am - 11:00 am

Wanting to continue the popular "Compassionate Conversations" featured at the Cincinnati Festival of Faiths, EquaSion and Bespoken Live are initiating a monthly zoom series of topics that will be framed by our faith.  These facilitated one-hour conversations in small groups will tackle the following four-letter words: RISK, HATE, FEAR, BIAS, FREE. The 5 sessions will lead into the August Festival where we’re hoping to have established a base of people who are comfortable both with this storytelling approach and reaching…

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How Quakers Experience Stillness

May 7 @ 12:00 pm - 12:30 pm

This half-hour session will include a short introduction to why and how unprogrammed Friends use stillness in worship. The image is a metaphor for both the internal process of "centering" and the collective experience of the Light as a group. We will take 10-15 minutes to experience this practice, followed by questions/discussion. Cecilia Shore has been a Quaker for over 40 years, and currently serves as one of the clerks of Oxford (Oh) Friends Meeting. Register Now:

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Jews of Color

May 11 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

In Memory of Rabbi Aaron D. Panken, Ph.D., on His Third Yahrzeit Rabbi Angela Buchdahl, Central Synagogue, New York City Bruce Phillips, Ph.D., Professor of Sociology & Jewish Communal Service, HUC/Los Angeles Andrew Rehfeld, Ph.D., HUC President; Moderator Join Rabbi Angela Buchdahl and Dr. Bruce Phillips for an informative and enlightening discussion that embraces and celebrates diversity and inclusion among the Jewish People.

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May 12 - May 14

May 12-14, 2021 The year 2030 has been cited as a deadline by which the impacts of catastrophic climate change will be irreversible. But what if we imagine innovative solutions for healthier people and communities? Launch green policies that lead to stronger, more resilient regions? Create a built environment that lowers rather than increases our climate footprint and support a vibrant, thriving landscape? It is both possible and attainable. Join us at our biggest event of the year and let's…

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Jewish Federation of Cincinnati 125th Annual Meeting

May 12 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

ABOUT THIS VIRTUAL EVENT Since 1897 our community has risen to the challenges of the times, supporting Jewish Cincinnati in times of crisis and times of celebration—the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati was built for this. Please join us on May 12 at 7 p.m. as we celebrate 125 years of Rising Up to Do Good in our community. Any questions? Please contact Denise Brundage at 513-985-1521 or There is no ticket cost to attend this virtual event. Thank you to our Event Sponsor: PNC

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Intersectional Jewish Identities

May 13 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Dr. Mijal Bitton, Scholar in Residence at the Shalom Hartman Institute Andrew Rehfeld, Ph.D., HUC President; Moderator We often speak of American Jews in ways that elide their differences or that assume they are all Ashkenazi or white. But American Jews are characterized by vibrant ethnic and racial diversity that must be understood by those of us working to build inclusive Jewish communities. Through her sociological scholarship on Sephardic Jews in America and her own identity as a Latina immigrant,…

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Hate at Home: Antisemitism and Why It Matters Today

May 13 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

There is a rising tide of hate and polarization in America and beyond. Recently released data crimes shows hate crimes at a 16-year high, according to the FBI. The most recent study on antisemitism by the ADL shows that the number of incidents in 2019 were the highest since they began reporting in 1979. Ohio is not immune to this current trend. Antisemitism on both sides of the ideological spectrum, exhibited in new and sometimes deadly ways, demands that communities…

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