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We’re asking people to pre-pay $15 per person so we can order lunch and cover other event-related costs. We want to avoid handling cash SDRIC on the day of the event and will not be set up to handle credit card transactions.
Keynote Speaker: Cindy Cipriani, Director of Community Outreach for the U.S. Attorney’s Office
Twice a year SDRIC hosts events to bring together faith leaders from the region to discuss topical issues important to our San Diego community. These events serve to inform and inspire action, encourage collaboration and connections, and provide opportunities to take action.
The February 18, 2020 event seeks to deepen the understanding of faith leaders about isolation, its causes and effects. Faith leaders also will learn how to identify individuals at risk for radicalization in your faith community.
This event includes a keynote address from Cindy Cipriani, Director of Community Outreach for the U.S. Attorney’s Office, who will be speaking about violent extremist recruitment tactics and ways to collectively prevent and address such public safety threats. Additionally, she will discuss opportunities for bystanders to identify warning signs and recognize points of intervention.
An optional workshop (registration required) will follow the main event. It will be led by Pastor Greg Bostrom (Christ Presbyterian Church), who will be speaking about his experience as one of the organizers and leaders of the “Sister Faiths Group” which has been bringing together Christians, Jews, and Muslims in San Diego for more than five years to foster fellowship, mutual understanding, and collective service.
- February 18
10:30 am - 1:00 pm
- Event Category:
- Life, Peace and Justice