People of Faith Working for Justice in Public Policy
Dinner to Honor Bishop Howard Hubbard
Please join the Interfaith Alliance of the Capital District as we honor Bishop Howard Hubbard with the Robert Lamar Humanitarian Award, and Ed Bloch, Mussarat Chaudhry, Joe Seeman and John Amidon with the "Voices That Challenge" Award. Dinner will start at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, April 29 at the Albany Country Club, Wormer Rd., Voorheesville. Keynote address by Bishop Thomas Gumbleton of Detroit. Please call 783-7769 for more information.|
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An affiliate of The
Interfaith Alliance (TIA) based in Washington, DC,
the New York State chapter is a grassroots organization that provides a
mainstream, faith-based voice on issues involving justice and peace.
TIA of New York State is a membership organization open to all people
of faith, including those not affiliated with any congregation. A major
goal of the organization is to foster social and economic justice by
examining public policy through the ethical lens of the major religious
faiths. In addition to studying public policy options, the Alliance
also advocates for those policies which are most consistent with the
fundamental religious principles of justice, fairness and tolerance.
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The Interfaith Alliance of New York State
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