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A Dream in Doubt

On March 19, 2008, the Pluralism Project co-sponsored a screening of the documentary, A Dream in Doubt, presented by the Harvard Graduate School of Education Diversity Innovation Fund and the Committee on the Study of Religion. The film’s producer, Preetmohan Singh, Deputy Director of Public Policy at the Interfaith Alliance in Washington, D.C. was present. This award-winning documentary explores the fate of the Sikh-American community in Phoenix, Arizona in the wake of the September 11 terror attacks. It features Rana Sodhi, an Indian immigrant whose turban and beard—articles of his Sikh faith—now symbolize America’s new enemy. More information about the film can be found at:

Advanced Screening of Constantine’s Sword

On March 5, 2008, the Pluralism Project was one of ten cosponsors of an advanced screening of James Carroll’s “Constantine’s Sword,” a documentary film directed by Oren Jacoby.

Consultation on Religious Discrimination and Accommodation

In February 1999, the Pluralism Project was awarded a grant from the Ford Foundation to enable us to host a consultation on religious discrimination and accommodation. This consultation, held May 17 at Harvard University, brought together representatives from advocacy groups of America’s diverse religious traditions. Dr. Diana L. Eck, Project Director and Professor of Comparative Religions, moderated the lively conversation. Topics included religious needs and issues of discrimination in the “public square,” including the workplace, hospitals, and schools.

Diana Eck Gives Remarks at Faitheist Book Launch

Over 100 people gathered in Andover Chapel on Friday, November 2nd to celebrate the launch of Chris Stedman’s “Faithest: How an Atheist Found Common Ground with the Religious.” Diana Eck gave introductory remarks.

Pluralism Project Director Delivers Lecture on America’s “Interfaith Infrastructure”

Pluralism Project Director Diana Eck delivered a lecture at the University of North Florida titled “Critical for a Common Future: The Interfaith Infrastructure” as part of the UNF’s Interfaith Week. The talk highlighted the importance of cities as laboratories of religious diversity and the necessity of an infrastructure of relationships for the future of our common life.