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Thursday, June 27, 2024 • 6:30-8:30 p.m.

John Knox Room, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary

616 N. Highland Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15206


For Christians, acknowledging and confronting antisemitism in ourselves and our religious traditions can help us see and respond to multiple forms of oppression. This event convenes an ecumenical panel of Christians who have entered this journey with courage and humility. The panelists will discuss their personal experiences of wrestling with antisemitism, and the ways this work has deepened their commitment to dismantling all oppression.

Our panelists include:

Bishop Kurt Kusserow, Southwestern PA Synod, Evangelical Lutheran Church in America

Dr. Greta Stokes Tucker, Roman Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh

Pastor Leeann Younger, Cityview Church


Join us for an evening of listening and learning, dialogue and sharing as we seek to dismantle antisemitism and all oppression in our faith tradition, our communities, and within our own minds and hearts.

Co-hosted by the Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh and Christian Associates of Southwest Pennsylvania.

Please register below by Wednesday, June 26 at 5 p.m.

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