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I lived in Chicago for six years before moving to East Lansing, MI. It was during my time in Chicago that I became deeply committed to the work of nurturing religious pluralism and engaging in the interfaith justice work happening throughout the city.
Longer version posted at https://faithfulmishmash.wordpress.com/2015/04/01/interfaith/
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Reflections on the Faiths Act Fellowship, a defining professional and personal experience.
Bilal remembers an act of kindness which inspired the spirit of generosity in him.