Youth Roundtable to Air on KCPW
08.31.2011 by KCPW Join KCPW Thursday, September 8 at 7 PM for a round table discussion from the City Library’s Cultural and Religious Pluralism Conference. Young leaders from Salt Lake City will share their perspectives on how to share power, resources, and accountability in a pluralistic society. School and college environments honor religious diversity, and the panelists at this event will share their ideas about how different groups of youth can respectfully coexist in a community while maintaining their individual ethnic and religious identities. Their personal stories will explore social norms and encourage audiences to discuss their roles in these norms and how to assess them to create an inclusive and just community. Speakers: Brina Apineru, West High School Anwar Arafat, Muslim Students Association Kim Cheney, Westminster College Sam Jones, Academy For Math, Engineering & Science (AMES) Samah Safiullah, Highland High School Welcome: Debbie Ehrman, Associate Director for Library Experiences, The City Library Introduction: Kilo Zamora, Inclusion Center Moderator: Jan Saeed, Office of Spiritual Life, Westminster College The event takes place in the auditorium at the Salt Lake City Main Library and is free and open to the public. The discussion will also air live on KCPW.