Moving Forward in a Tumultuous Time
DECEMBER 4, 2020
11:50 am – 1:00 pm
program begins at noon
KATY JOSEPH | Director of Policy & Advocacy, Interfaith Alliance
The past four years have been tumultuous at best for religious freedom and civil rights. As the nation moves forward with a new administration in January, what is on the horizon and who will the key players be? Katy Joseph, Director of Policy and Advocacy for the national office of Interfaith Alliance, will join us online for our monthly Intersections “luncheon” to discuss all things religion and politics in our nation — including the US Supreme Court!
Because this is an online event, all are welcome to RSVP and join us, no matter where you live!
Click here to RSVP for Intersections. Registrations to attend the virtual event can be made anytime. A confirmation email including the link to join will be sent to you once you register.
We will not be offering boxed lunches again until warmer weather or when we can all gather in person, whichever happens first.
Katy Joseph is the Director of Policy & Advocacy at Interfaith Alliance, the only national interfaith organization committed to protecting the integrity of religion and democracy in the United States. An experienced advocate and attorney, Katy leads federal programs that advance an inclusive vision of religious freedom, combat the misuse of religion to discriminate, and challenge common assumptions about the “faith vote.” She previously directed state advocacy initiatives at the intersection of religious freedom and reproductive rights.
Who should be attending Intersections?
Since we’re meeting virtually, Intersections is available to anyone who would like to attend! Please consider inviting a couple of friends (or more!) to attend Intersections virtually with you.
Intersections is a monthly gathering of the Interfaith Alliance of Iowa in Cedar Rapids. An opportunity to learn, to participate in civil dialogue, and to discuss issues at the intersection of religion and politics.