CU Muslim Jewish Fellowship
This unique experience will allow a select group of CU students from varied religious and cultural backgrounds to meaningfully and creatively explore questions of religious and ethical identity together - FREE OF CHARGE. In a city and on a campus known for diversity of culture, religious belief and opinion, Fellows will draw upon these surroundings to gain a deeper understanding of themselves and the larger Columbia and New York City communities.

The Fellowship will address essential issues in navigating religious minority identity while being a citizen of greater society. A series of seminars with dinner, discussion and guest presenters will lead up to a uniquely NYC educational, cultural and community service experience over spring break.

The spring break program will begin with dinner on Sunday, March 17, and will conclude the afternoon of Wednesday, March 20. Highlights include a Muslim History Tour of Harlem, volunteering at a Jewish soup kitchen, and a matinee performance of the Tony award-winning Broadway musical Come From Away.

The Fellowship will meet from 7:30 - 9:00 PM with dinner beforehand starting at 7:00 PM on the following Wednesdays: February 20, February 27, March 6. Additionally, we will meet for a special Friday Jumah / Shabbat experience - date tbd.

The Fellowship is a joint project of Ustadha Amina Darwish, CU Muslim Life Coordinator, and Rabbi Yonah Hain, CU Campus Rabbi.

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