Armin Langer, activist and founder of Salaam-Shalom will speak on “Salaam-Shalom: Cross-Cultural Activism and Coalition Building in Europe Today” at 7pm, Tuesday March 13 in Reich College of Education, 124 B&C
The Appalachian State University and broader communities are invited. Visiting from Berlin, Germany, Langer is the founder of the European interfaith/intercultural/interracial coalition Salaam-Shalom. Salaam-Shalom works on behalf of peaceful co-existence and coalition building between Jews, Muslims, targeted minorities, and allies. Established in 2013 in Berlin, Salaam-Shalom has grown rapidly and now has chapters across Europe. This event is free and no tickets are required. All campus and community members are invited and welcome to attend.
Co-sponsored by Gender, Women's, and Sexuality Studies and the Department of Cultural, Gender, and Global Studies, ASU's Center for Judaic, Holocaust, and Peace Studies and the Department of Philosophy and Religion. And Stan Greenspon Center for Peace and Social Justice at Queens University of Charlotte.