To promote understanding and respect for all faiths, races and cultures through education, advocacy, dialog and conflict resolution. We train inclusive leaders, create safe havens for frank conversation and highlight the strengths of a diverse community. Signature programs include Student Voices, MetroTown, Clergy Dialogue, Humanitarian Dinner, CAN WE TALK public forum, Emerging Leaders, Intersectional Mornings, Headliner Breakfast.
Student Voices panelists train by via an exercise in trust.
Camp MetroTown delegates. MetroTown is a leadership diversity camp bringing together youth from every background with a focus on empathy and social justice.
The MCCJ Clergy Dialogue, the oldest such group in the United States, at its annual interfaith service.
MCCJClergy Dialogue takes a stand against the anti Islamic political rhetoric with a proclamation.
Annual public forum: CAN WE TALK? REALLY, CAN WE TALK?
An anti bullying, anti prejudice peer educational program for high school students; often transformational for students and the school.
A summer diversity leadership camp which gathers 50 delegates from all over the county and from every racial, religions, ethnic and socio economic backgrounds to dialogue on social justice issue.
Interfaith Clergy Dialogue
Rabbis, priests, imams, ministers...all gather monthly to share scholarship and dialogue about current challenges for the faith community. The group sponsors an annual interfaith service to bring the community together.
Sheryl M. Tropin
Brian S. Dervishi
Rev. Priscilla Felisky Whitehead
VP for PUblic Policy
JOhann A. Ali
Immediate Past Chair
Dr. Nelson Adams
Georgina A. Angones
Ms. Roberta Shevin
This organization's financial statements were independently submitted and have not been verified by The Miami Foundation.