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Courtesy Reimagining Interfaith
Young people's shifting religious identities inspire changing face of interfaith November 16, 2018
Leaders say if the interfaith movement is going to stay relevant, it needs to change and adapt to the needs of younger generations, who are increasingly identifying with multiple religious identities or don't affiliate with faith traditions at all. Hundreds of religious leaders and faith-based advocates recently gathered at George Washington University in Washington DC to wrestle with the task of "Reimagining Interfaith" to meet these needs.

Susan Katz Miller, interfaith activist and author of Being Both: Embracing Two Religions in One Interfaith Family 
The Rev. Karen Georgia Thompson, Minister for Racial Justice with Justice and Witness Ministries in the National setting of the United Church of Christ
Tahil Sharma, communications lead for Reimagining Interfaith conference