Project Interfaith presents...

The Stained Glass Ceiling: A Community Conference on the Successes and Challenges of Women’s Religious Leadership

Sunday, November 4, 2012 from 1:00 – 5:00 pm
(Check-in and information fair begin at 12:00 pm)
Scoular Ballroom (2027 Dodge Street)

Although online ticket sales for this event have ended, walk-ins are still welcome.  Check-in will begin at 12:00 pm at the Scoular Ballroom (2027 Dodge Street).  Cost is $10 for non-students and $5 for students.  Please bring a personal check or exact change.

Join Project Interfaith for this community conference designed to catalyze discussion and insight about the successes and challenges for women currently holding or trying to assume leadership roles in various spiritual and religious traditions. The afternoon includes:

        - Dialogue and Thought Provoking Speakers

Dr. Juliane Hammer
Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at the
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and
the Kenan Rifai Fellow in Islamic Studies

Padma Kuppa
Columnist for
and an executive council member of
the Hindu American Foundation

Alisa Roadcup
Founding member of the
Women of Spirit and Faith's Young Leadership Council
and activist on women and interfaith issues

- An informational fair of local faith-based and secular
women’s leadership organizations, and

- A community art project held in partnership with the Union for Contemporary Art, to which all participants will be given the opportunity to contribute.

All community members are welcome and encouraged to attend this event.  This program is intended to be educational in nature and no proselytizing will be permitted.

Cost is $10 for non-students and $5 for students.

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