“30 Days of Caring” – A Media Recap

Washington Hebrew Congregation was an active leader in the Mayor’s D.C. Interfaith Council “30 Days of Caring,” a month long initiative to combat fear and hate. It ended yesterday with the MLK Day of Service. Join us as we take a look back at the programs and events that opened the dialogue and brought our community closer together.

Muslims, Christians, and Hebrews Come Together for D.C. MLK Day of Service – WSAW, Wausau, Wisconsin

Washington, D.C. Honors Martin Luther King Jr. Day – KGNS, Laredo, Texas

Where Do We Go from Here?  – The Washington Post

Faith Leaders March Against Anti-Muslim Sentiment – WRC-TV, News4, Washington, D.C.

A Walk of Faith, Against Hatred and Fear ­– The Washington Post

Faith over Fear: Choosing Unity over Extremism – a transcript of Rabbi Lustig’s remarks from the National Cathedral at the Interfaith Pilgrimage Walk

Faith over Fear: Choosing Unity over Extremism – video footage of Rabbi Lustig’s Interfaith Pilgrimage Walk remarks

Choosing Faith over Fear: Shabbat at WHC and the Interfaith Pilgrimage WalkWHC Blog

Vice President Biden, Faith Leaders Join Campus Interfaith Event – Georgetown University

Vice President Joins Faith Leaders in Condemning Anti-Muslim Rhetoric – Religion News Service

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