Moving forward with faith: Religion and politics in a Biden presidency
- How will faith influence the direction of the Biden administration?
- What agenda will various religious institutions pursue?
- Can religion be a force for healing the nation’s deep political, ideological and racial divides?
Join us for a Zoom panel discussion between our journalists and noted faith leaders as we explore what role religion will play in the public square during the coming years. Hosted by The Associated Press, Religion News Service and The Conversation. Open to the public.
Thursday, December 3, 2020 at 4p.m. EST
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Meet the moderator:
Peter Smith, former president of the Religion News Association and religion reporter at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Meet the panelists:
Dilshad D. Ali, the former editor-in-chief of Altmuslim, is an editor at Haute Hijab, and a member of Religion News Service’s journalism advisory board.
Dr. Barbara Williams-Skinner, CEO and co-founder of Skinner Leadership Institute and co-convener of the National African American Clergy Network.
Dr. Steven P. Millies, an associate professor of public theology and the director of The Bernardin Center at Catholic Theological Union.
Dr. Russell Moore, theologian and president of the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention.
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