Join the School of Theology and Ministry in partnership with Kids4Peace to celebrate the annual worldwide Interfaith Harmony Week at this special banquet. The evening will feature dinner and conversation with four guests from different faith traditions addressing the question: Can silence speak in a noisy world? Featured speakers are: Ahlaam Ibraahim, undergraduate student at University of Washington and creator and founder of Global Islamophobia Awareness Day; Ashlee Williams, graduate student in Transformational Leadership at the School of Theology and Ministry; Eve Chinea, high school student with Kids4Peace and student leadership board member at the Holocaust Center for Humanity; and Diane Tomhave, Program Coordinator at the Indigenous Peoples Institute at Seattle University.
Tuesday, February 7, 2017 | 6:30pm
Student Center 160 | Tickets: $10, Free for all students
Register online at interfaithharmony2017.eventbrite.com