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Black Church – Black Mosque: A Shared History in American Society

Please join us for the third annual Luce-Hartford Conference in Christian-Muslim Relations on June 17-18, 2019, at Hartford Seminary.

This year’s topic is Black Church – Black Mosque: A Shared History in American Society.

The conference will address:

  • The role of religion in the history of African Americans
  • The impact of racism on African American Christian and Muslim relationships.
  • Opportunities for interfaith networking

For more information, visit this webpage.

The fee to attend both days (dinner included) is $50; $60 at the door. Attendance for one day is $25; $30 at the door.

Hartford Seminary alumni/ae may attend for half price ($25 for both days; $12.50 for one day).

Hartford Seminary students, staff, faculty, Trustees, and college students with valid ID are all free, but advance registration is required.

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