To dismantle religious bias and bigotry, ICJS builds learning communities where religious difference becomes a powerful force for good.
Faithful Economic Justice
The city of Baltimore is part of a national conversation around questions of justice, race, and community. In the initiative Imagining Justice in Baltimore, ICJS will contribute the perspectives of local Jews, Christians, and Muslims to the public conversation about (in)justice in Baltimore. Each contributor represents her or his own opinion. We welcome this diversity of perspective and are not seeking a single definition of justice between traditions, nor denying the multivocal nature of justice within traditions.
Darriel Harris is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Health Behavior and Health at the Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future. Harris is a member of ICJS' Justice Leaders Fellowship, a yearlong cohort program for community and civic leaders using interreligious learning and collaboration to advance a more just and prosperous Baltimore. Learn more about our Justice Leader programs...