Sunday
August

16

Elections and Voting: The Moral Imperative

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This November, Americans face one of the most important Election Days in history. From the race for President all the way down to local offices, decisions that are made via the ballot on Nov. 3 have the chance to greatly impact the direction of our country.

Please join us for an important discussion: “Elections and Voting: The Moral Imperative,” featuring clergy across faiths. Joining the panel on Sunday, Aug. 16 at 7 p.m. will be:

• Rabbi David Evan Markus, Deputy Chief Counsel in the New York State Judiciary, Judicial Referee in New York Supreme Court, and rabbi at Temple Beth-El of City Island, NY
• Reverend Liddy Barlow, Christian Associates of Southwest Pennsylvania
• Imam Chris Caras, Islamic Center of Pittsburgh
• Reverend Richard Freeman, Resurrection Baptist Church

Moderated by spiritual leader and cantorial soloist Sara Stock Mayo, the panel will discuss what their faiths say about the importance of being involved in the electoral process, from getting out the vote to filling out your own ballot, and why our traditions should point us to being more involved electorally.

Please join us for this timely and important conversation! In addition to RSVP'ing here, please register in advance for the webinar on Zoom.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

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Date & Time

August 16, 2020 at 7pm
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