Happy Passover, Easter, Rama Navami, and all other occasions you may have celebrated or are just entering. Stanford F.A.I.T.H is entering the Spring Quarter by building off last quarter's well-coordinated events: the MLK Multifaith Service, the campus-wide rally against extremists from the Westboro Baptist Church, and the Bloodsuckers Ball, which raised close to $1500 for Malaria No More. This month, we will continue our push on interfaith action against malaria and global poverty. The following are some of our upcoming events:
Week of April 12-16
-Interfaith Panels in Dorms: WestLag, FroSoCo, Burbank, Branner
---Sign-up to volunteer for the West Lag Interfaith Panel here!!---
-Film: When the Night Comes + Interfaith panel discussion (time and place TBD)
Tuesday, April 20, 4-7 PM
-One Voice of Faith: a National Interfaith Conference on Global Poverty in San Francisco. There will be a Youth Leadership Summit at the time posted above, to share strategies with activists from around the country on how to sustain an interfaith movement against global poverty on campus and beyond. You can register on the website at the link above, but the e-flyer will be coming soon. If you are interested in joining a contingent from F.A.I.T.H, please RSVP to me and to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday, April 23, 11:00 AM-1:00 PM
-Admit Weekend Tabling
Saturday, April 24, 4 PM
-Lecture at Hillel by Ruth Messinger: "Serving God and Serving Humanity: A Jewish Ethic of Global Justice."
Thursday, April 29, 7:30-9:00 PM (tentative)
-Open-Air Interfaith Concert in Old Union Courtyard with I-AM (Initiative Against Malaria)
More information on each of these events will be coming soon. We hope you continue to follow our activities!