Source: Jewish Tribune
Students at the University of Western Ontario enjoyed a recent interfaith experience that explored the role of women within Judaism, Christianity and Islam.
The free program, the Abrahamic Roadtrip, was founded three years ago by Hanna Alubaid, Bianca Canave, Ithsham Yousaf and Marty Rotenberg, the student representatives of the Centre for Catholic-Jewish Learning at King's University College. It has since grown into an annual program featuring topics such as Environment and Religion and this year’s Women and Faith.
With more than 30 students participating in this voluntary program, “it has been our biggest and most successful trip so far,” said Rotenberg, who co-led the trip with the other student representatives.