Center on Religion, Culture and Conflict.

 

Center on Religion, Culture and Conflict

Drew University’s Center on Religion, Culture & Conflict (CRCC) focuses critical attention on the complex ways in which people from different cultural, ethnic and religion traditions interact, and how both difference and similarity can serve as a resource for building peace. Our mission is to educate a next generation of leaders in interfaith and intercultural understanding and peace. Learn more about us.

 

New Neighbor School Success Service Project

The CRCC, in collaboration with Drew University Center for Civic Engagement and the International Rescue Committee, tutors recently-arrived New Jersey schoolchildren.

Help CRCC fill their backpacks! Your $36 donation purchases a backpack filled with school supplies for one child.

Donate here, and specify “CRCC New Neighbors.”

La Convivencia. 2nd Annual Social Justice and Interfaith Leadership Conference.

Sunday, March 24, 2019.
1 - 5:30 pm, Princeton University Friends Center.

SPECIAL GUEST SPEAKER:
Rachel Wainer Apter, Director of the New Jersey Division on Civil Rights

KEYNOTE PANEL:
Dr. Jonathan Golden, Rev. Andrew Wilkes, Suzy Ismail, and Bob Harris
Keynote Panel Moderators:
Barbara Ingram-Edmonds and Rev. Cornell Edmonds

SIX WORKSHOPS AND SERVICE PROJECT

Reflections on the Anniversary of Charlottesville

Turning Tragedy into Opportunity: The Forgiveness of a Grieving Parent

In this edition of Reflections, Jonathan Golden, Director of Drew University’s Center on Religion, Culture and Conflict, draws parallels among the responses of parents around the globe to tragedy and loss, and discusses the the power of forgiveness. His latest book project, Turning Point, is based on interviews with victims/survivors and ex-combatants of ethno-religious conflict.

Read Jonathan's Reflections below.

Hear about the CRCC from the students themselves: