4th Year UCLA student leader, Naomi Moskowitz, shares about her life, background, faith, passion, and her dream and work toward developing a Multi-Faith Living Learning Community at UCLA - a space in dorms for students to learn about their faith, practice their faith, and intentionally engage in interfaith dialogue with those from other faith traditions!
Rev. Bart and Jeanne Roe Smith, President of the University Religious Conference @ UCLA and Director of the 580 Cafe at UCLA, discuss her perspective on interfaith collaboration at UCLA and beyond!
Rev. Bart discusses the value of interfaith engagement with brother Pastor and Religion Scholar, Rev. Dr. Ken Chitwood.
A little about Ken:
Ken Chitwood is a religion scholar currently working as the Fritz Thyssen Foundation Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Berlin Graduate School Muslim Cultures & Societies at Freie Universität Berlin. He is also a Lutheran theologian engaged in interreligious initiatives and an award-winning newswriter with bylines in Newsweek, Salon, The Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, and Christianity Today. He is a fellow with the USC’s Center for Religion and Civic Culture’s Spiritual Exemplars Project...but that didn’t stop him from sitting down with a chaplain from UCLA to talk about the value of interreligious dialogue.