AJC Atlanta Regional Office
Jews and Muslims: Intimate Strangers: Part Two
Did you miss the SOLD OUT screening at the 2014 Atlanta Jewish Film Festival of Jews and Muslims: Intimate Strangers? Did you miss Episode 1 of our 4-part program? If so, now's your chance to experience the film and to promote Muslim-Jewish Dialogue in Atlanta. With over 100 years of bridge building experience, American Jewish Committee received a grant from the Community Foundation of Greater Atlanta, to enhance the dialogue between the Jewish and Muslim communities.
January 6th, 2015 at Atlanta Masjid of Al-Islam
Join us for a night of dialogue and understanding.
About the Atlanta Regional Office
Founded in 1944, AJC's Atlanta Regional Office works to bridge the gap between the Atlanta Jewish community and other ethnic and faith based communities. In addition, AJC Atlanta works with the diplomatic corps representing numerous international governments in metro Atlanta and across the Southeast.
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