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Sunday, January 15 • 2:50pm - 3:35pm
Feminist Faces of Faith: An Interfaith Conversation

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In a world where women's issues are political issues and one is forced to take sides, there is continuous debate about one's ability to identify as both feminist and religious simultaneously.  However, more and more often, religion is what fuels women's efforts to revolutionize the world.  Women are drawing on the overarching messages of love and social justice expressed within their religions and are leading feminist movements that promote positive social change – not only within their own traditions but within the broader world as well. This panel will explore the many ways women across faith traditions are claiming space and voice - once denied - in creative ways and grounded within their traditions to become active agents of change.

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Dr. Gina Messina

Gina Messina, Ph.D. is an American feminist scholar, Catholic theologian, author, and activist. She is also Co-founder of Feminism and Religion. She writes for The Huffington Post,  is the author of Rape Culture and Spiritual Violence and the forthcoming If Jesus Ran for President.  She also co-edited the highly acclaimed Faithfully Feminist: Jewish, Christian, and Muslim Feminists on Why We Stay and Women Religion Revolution. Messina... Read More →

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Dr. Xochitl Alvizo

Xochitl Alvizo teaches in the area of Women and Religion and the Philosophy of Sex, Gender, and Sexuality. She dedicates her work to bringing a feminist lens to the study of religion and integrating feminist, queer, and congregational studies. Her most recent research investigated the ecclesiology of the Emerging Church in the U.S. from a feminist perspective. She is co-founder of Feminism and Religion (FAR) – an online project that... Read More →
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Dr. Jerusha T. Lamptey

Dr. Jerusha T. Lamptey (@jerushatanner) is a Muslima theologian, scholar, and public educator. She is Assistant Professor of Islam and Ministry and Director of the Islam, Social Justice and Interreligious Engagement Program (ISJIE) at Union Theological Seminary in the City of New York. Her work and writing focus on Islamic feminism, interreligious engagement, religious pluralism, and social justice. She has a Ph.D. and M.A. in Theological and... Read More →
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Rachel Lieberman

Rachel Lieberman is a Master’s student at NYU, pursuing an MPA in Nonprofit Management and an MA in Hebrew and Judaic Studies. Previously, Rachel was the Assistant Director at JOFA. Rachel has written and spoken on the intersection of Judaism and gender in many venues. Her essay "Blessed are You Who Has Made Me A Woman" was published in Faithfully Feminist: Jewish, Christian, and Muslim Women on Why We Stay (White Cloud Press, 2015) and her... Read More →

Sunday January 15, 2017 2:50pm - 3:35pm
Satow Room

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