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Course Overview

Religious, spiritual, and non-religious diversity is a fact, but cooperation between people of different orientations to the idea of religion requires work to achieve. This class challenges you to develop better intersectional awareness of interfaith understanding in relation to other social justice issues in our world. This is achieved through reading, discussions, and interaction with resources in the DC community, as well as reflective and analytical writing and ASL expression. You will also learn the leading theories of how to build understanding and cooperation and become a change maker in your community.

Credits: 3

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Admissions Requirements

Hearing Undergraduate