Coloradans Remember 9/11: Faith Leaders

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As we approach the 10th Anniversary of September 11th, 2001, we’re going to talk with Coloradans whose lives were changed by 9/11. We begin with a discussion of faith. Right after the attacks, Muslims in this country became scapegoats. Almost immediately, there were efforts to get people of different religions talking, through interfaith projects. Our guests have all been involved in that in the decade since. Rabbi Stephen Booth-Nadav, Imam Ibrahim Kazerooni, and Father Peter Eaton, who’s Episcopalian, talk about their interfaith work with Ryan Warner. Father Eaton, who, today, is at St. John’s Cathedral in Denver, read to us from the sermon he gave the Sunday after 9/11. At the time, he asked “how should people of faith respond to terrorism?”

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