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Better Together

What a whirlwind year! I would like to take this opportunity to thank the Champaign-Urbana community for your continued support of interfaith work, and also a very large thank you to the amazing executive board of Interfaith in Action! You … Continue reading

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All in the Family

This blog post was written by Emily Ansusinha, President of Interfaith in Action. Follow her here. I don’t mean to brag (too much), but I probably have the coolest brother in the world. You know what? I’m adding my mom … Continue reading

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Celebrating Valentine’s Day the Right Way

Found this gem on facebook when a mutual friend commented on the note Raphael had written, and he graciously has allowed me to re-post it as part of our blog. Hope you all had a wonderful Valentine’s Day and that … Continue reading

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Keeping the Holidays Politically Correct

First of all, Happy New Year! It’s a time to reflect on the past year, make goals for the new one, and to watch the Twilight Zone marathon. Like most other college students this winter, I’ve been reveling in the … Continue reading

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Have no fear, Interfaith is here!

So an atheist in interfaith, eh? As an atheist myself, a couple years ago, that would have sounded to me like nothing more than a contradiction in terms. This comes from the simple fact that when one hears the word … Continue reading

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Interfaith Cooperation in the Least Likely of Places

I read the news obsessively every hour. Having an iPhone makes it easy for me to get AP News Alerts of the news as it happens. As I open up articles, I process the information, fit them into well-known news … Continue reading

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Interfaith Ninjas or Little Things

I think that one of the most valuable lessons that I’ve learned from the planning sessions for the What IF? Speak-In and the event itself is that sometimes it’s the little things that count the most. Between the frustrations of … Continue reading

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