JAM

Updated: May 14, 2019

JAM, an acronym for Jews and Muslims, is a dialogue group that meets monthly and brings together Jewish and Muslim teens to have meaningful conversations about their faith, culture, and values, as well as about issues that are of interest to them, such as politics and religion, women’s issues, and the Middle East. Participants enjoy the opportunity to get to know each other and are fascinated to realize how much they have in common. JAM develops future leaders who have a greater understanding of each other’s communities and the skills to dialogue and collaborate.


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