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...if you are here because your liberation is bound up in mine, then let us walk together. — Lilla Watson, Australian activist

This workshop explores more deeply the skills needed to talk about interfaith cooperation, particularly as a Unitarian Universalist. Participants return to their own stories of religious pluralism (Workshop 5) and enrich them with communal narratives, role-play how to change a conversation in the face of religious bigotry, and learn the real life story of Faithful Fools, a Unitarian Universalist interfaith service, and its street theater initiative with San Francisco's homeless.


This workshop will:

  • Introduce "communal narratives" and demonstrate how they enrich storytelling
  • Show an example of an interfaith organization that was co-founded by a Unitarian Universalist minister
  • Refine participants' skills for conducting interfaith dialogue.

Learning Objectives

Participants will:

  • Incorporate communal narratives and "big stories" into their personal stories of interfaith cooperation
  • Practice changing the conversation when faced with religious conflict, bigotry, or stereotypes
  • Revisit interfaith stories explored earlier in this program.

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