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Chicago interfaith group reacts to war between Israel and Hamas

Chicagoans on an interfaith trip.

Chicago interfaith group reacts to war between Israel and Hamas

Chicagoans on an interfaith trip.

Chicago interfaith group reacts to war between Israel and Hamas

Chicagoans on their way home from an interfaith trip in Jerusalem exploring the connections between the Holy Land and Africa had to take shelter as rockets from Gaza struck Israel. Reset hears from three of them about their experiences and the conversations they’re having with community members about radical empathy as the war in the Middle East continues. GUESTS: Rami Nashashibi, executive director, Inner-City Muslim Action Network (IMAN) Cydney Wallace, Black Jewish activist in Chicago Rev. Otis Moss III, senior pastor, Trinity United Church of Christ

Chicagoans on an interfaith trip.

   

Chicagoans on their way home from an interfaith trip in Jerusalem exploring the connections between the Holy Land and Africa had to take shelter as rockets from Gaza struck Israel.

Reset hears from three of them about their experiences and the conversations they’re having with community members about radical empathy as the war in the Middle East continues.

GUESTS: Rami Nashashibi, executive director, Inner-City Muslim Action Network (IMAN)

Cydney Wallace, Black Jewish activist in Chicago

Rev. Otis Moss III, senior pastor, Trinity United Church of Christ

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