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Sunday, December 2 • 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Reading ACROSS the Lines: Daughters of Abraham Women's Interfaith Book Group

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After the 9-11 tragedy, Jewish, Christian and Muslim women began gathering monthly in Daughters of Abraham interfaith book groups to learn about each others' religious traditions, overcome stereotypes, and foster mutual respect and understanding. While discussions are not always easy, they have been illuminating for the many participants nationwide.


Latifa Ali

Latifa Ali is the first Muslim woman to be elected President of a major interfaith social justice organization, Cooperative Metropolitan Ministries (CMM). She holds an MA in Community Economic Development. As COO of Nurruddeen Development, a social entrepreneurial venture, she has hosted and produced talk radio for 14 years.

Judith Kummer

Rabbi Judy Kummer serves as Executive Director of the Jewish Chaplaincy Council of Massachusetts. She is a member of two Daughters of Abraham women's interfaith book groups, and leader of one. She also serves on the planning committee of Building Bridges through Learning: Rabbis and Imams Study Project.

Deborah Malone

Deborah Malone is a retired geriatric/psychiatric/community health nurse. She is a Protestant Christian, married to a Presbyterian minister. She served as a parish nurse and lay pastor in a multi-ethnic church in Lowell before moving to Boston. She has been a member of a Daughters of Abraham group for 5 years.

Sunday December 2, 2012 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Schwartz Social Hall

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