The second part of our mini-series highlighting the work of women of African descent focuses on Reverend Carolyn Wilkins and how she uses education and her own life to encourage understanding and unity.
At the start of the year, United Religions Initiative North America bade farewell to two previous board members, welcomed four new members, and introduced all new officers. Here's your chance to get to know them!
In January 2019, seven young leaders from across the United States participated in a two-day visit to the United Nations where they attended a symposium co-sponsored by URI and met with various officials. Read about their experiences and reflections!
As a first generation and low income college student, Gabrielle Henry shares how the trip she took to the UN opened her eyes to opportunities she didn't know existed -- and why she believes opportunities like this are vital for ensuring the diversity of the interfaith movement.
"Although working at the UN has always been a dream of mine, this trip showed me the real importance of grassroots movements and programs like Camp Anytown. Even though it is very difficult work some days, these programs are extremely vital."