May 26, 2020
The pandemic has shut down our mosques and synagogues, bringing about a boom in digital gatherings, virtual prayer spaces and online learning. Are these changes fleeting responses to a crisis or will they fundamentally alter religious life? Rabbi Dr. Josh Feigelson, Executive Director, Institute for Jewish Spirituality; former Dean of Students, Chicago Divinity School and Maggie Siddiqi, Director of the Faith and Public Policy Initiative, Center for American Progress, explore the impact of the coronavirus on our communities, religion and public life, and Muslim-Jewish relations in the United States. Moderated by Dr. Ari Gordon, AJC Director of U.S. Muslim-Jewish Relations.
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