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By Loretta Fulton

“Let me tell you a story.”

It’s the way Eboo Patel beings a speech. And, it’s the perfect beginning for a talk by Patel, a gifted storyteller. 796 more words

"This I Believe"

I believe that no one should be discriminated against.

The first time I felt racially discriminated against was when I arrived to the Land of the Free. 485 more words


Ismaili Centre Toronto: Canada 150 Lecture Series with Eboo Patel

Date: Saturday, September 23, 2017
Location: Ismaili Centre Toronto, Social Hall

Ismaili Centre Canada 150 Lecture: “Building a healthy, religiously diverse democracy: Notes for Interfaith Leaders”. 157 more words


Preventing Another 9/11 Through Religious Pluralism

Today, the 16th anniversary of the September 11th attacks on the United States (U.S.), is a fitting day to discuss Eboo Patel’s Acts of Faith… 729 more words

Intercultural Communication

How Pluralism Will Save America

We are at a breaking point in American society. Racial tensions, once simmering beneath the surface like a dormant volcano, has burst through the surface in dramatic fashion, destroying the fragile framework that was set in the post civil rights era. 373 more words

“I am a Muslim. This is what Muslims do.”

Excerpt from Eboo Patel’s book: Acts of Faith

would come to the States every few years and live with my family, occupying the living room from midmorning to early evening watching Hindi films. 673 more words


Interfaith Leadership in the 21st Century

I recently listened to the video below, a speech given by Eboo Patel, the founder of the Interfaith Youth Core. In it he addresses the practical necessity of local and regional interfaith action, and the role of higher education in assisting local communities.  15 more words

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