The 'Of Many' Institute for Multifaith Leadership and the Office of Global Programs are proud to present a “Rap Sessions” event on SPIRITUALITY AND HIP-HOP: How Today's Youth Culture Complicates Religious Discourse at Home and Abroad
April 9, 2013 at 7pm
Grand Hall, 5th floor, 238 Thompson Street
Panelists: Ebony A. Utley, Reverend Conrad Tillard, Eddie S. Glaude Jr, Jason Hamza Perez
Moderated by Rahiel Tesfamariam
HIP-HOP AND SPIRITUALITY explores the various ways that a new generation’s thinking about democracy, sexuality and gender— as well as their engagement with technology, social media, popular culture and more— complicates religious practice, religious tolerance and equality in America.
Sponsored By: Center for Multicultural Education and Programs, Office of Residence Life & Housing Services, Student Resource Center, Academic Achievement Program, Bronfman Center for Jewish Life, Tisch Graduate Student Organization, Silver School of Social Work, Islamic Center, Gallatin School of Individualized Study, Hip-Hop Education Center & the Faith Matters Series (FFIR)