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Courage Project, 2012

courage project logoThe Courage Project is an interfaith activity for high school teenagers in grades 10-12. The project, coordinated by LISAR's Graduate Fellow, Rohany Nayan, provides a forum for teenagers from the Abrahamic faiths to engage each other in the process of learning about each other's traditions, their places within their own traditions, and their interrelationships as neighbors and members of particular faith communities.





All meetings take place on Sundays, 3:00-5:00 pm (Places of meeting TBA)

December 11, 2011: Introduction to the program & participants; "icebreaker" activities.

January 8, 2012: Share written story; brainstorm format of final presentations.

February 26, 2012: Work on presentations.

March 18, 2012: Rehearsal

April 22, 2012: Presentations


Courage Project booklet cover 2012

To read the booklet, click the image

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