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November 04, 2010

Please join in on this powerful day of discussion about the implications of what has mistakenly become known as the 9/11 Mosque debate in New York. There will be a number of sessions and insightful discussion at Rutgers University, in Newark, next Monday. Check out the link for complete details. This event has been organized and conceived by a dear friend, Tim Raphael, who is a professor at Rutgers. It promises to be an important and stimulating day for those who care about where our world is going and how we can better navigate the delicate relations between the West and Muslim world.

Monday November 8, 2010
10:00am-5:30pm
Rutgers University, Newark, NJ

A civic dialogue about the controversy sparked by the Cordoba Initiative/Park 51 project. What does this civic Rohrschach reveal about the legacy of 9/11 and the conflicting visions of the society we imagine ourselves to be a decade later?

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