News Highlights Undergraduate Fellows Connect with Interfaith Histories in the Nation’s Capital

By Joshua Polanski

The Miller Center for Interreligious Learning and Leadership of Hebrew College’s Building Interfaith Leadership Initiative (BILI) Launchpad Fellowship’s four day trip to Washington, D.C.—filled with intensive learning, reflecting, and sharing about interfaith cooperation—was featured in Interfaith America Magazine.

Harmeet Kaur Kamboj, in Interfaith America

This excursion across our nation’s capital was just one way that Interfaith America and the Miller Center at Hebrew College sought to share the powerful potential of interfaith cooperation with our cohort of BILI Launchpad Fellows. After a semester of intensive online learning, coupled with trips to Chicago and D.C. in the summer and winter, the BILI Launchpad Fellows are now embarking on their own interfaith leadership projects on campus, using the wisdom they have gleaned from powerhouse interfaith leaders across many fields to inform their own community-building initiatives.

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