The Politics of Religious Tolerance:
Making Sense of the Ground Zero Mosque Controversy
Yuma, AZ (September 27, 2010) --- Arizona Western College Political Science Classes will be hosting a roundtable discussion moderated by Dr. Mohammad (Mo) Bahramzadeh, Professor of Political Science. Students, faculty and the community are invited to attend Monday, October 4th from 4:30-7pm in the Frances Morris Board Room (located on the main campus in the College Community Center).
The forum will educate and broaden public knowledge about the politics of religious tolerance as well as individual rights in relation to the Bill of Rights under the U.S. Constitution.
This presentation will provide students, faculty, staff and Yuma community an opportunity with a better understanding of religious tolerance. Please join the panel for a lively discussion to explore the controversial intersection between individual and community right, and the search for balance.
The panel will be made up of: Christopher Barker: AWC Professor of Philosophy; David Burris: AWC Professor of Philosophy; and AWC Students: Zachary Gerber, Diago Moya and Alexander Ramsower
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