Dismantling Racism (IDR)
Pastor Willard’s Pilgrim Experience
Cairo & Luxor, Egypt
In a time of unrest and Islamophobia in America, a group of WFU Divinity School faculty, staff, students and community representation both Christian and Muslim took part in a pilgrimage to Egypt. With a focus on "standing with" our Islamic brothers and sisters, we traveled to the Arabic Republic of Egypt to experience Muslim culture and religion while investigating Egypt's rich religious heritage.
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In 2017, IDR was once again a proud participant in the Annual Moral March on Raleigh, also known as the Historic Thousands on Jones St. (HKonJ). This assembly involves over 150 coalition partners coming together, forming a movement that reaffirms the commitment to the 14 Point People's Agenda and to hold lawmakers accountable to the people of North Carolina. With morality and equality being cornerstones of our mission, IDR is proud to continue forward with such an impactful and inspiring assembly for years to come.
Below are a few photos to commemorate this special occasion:
For more information about HKonJ People's Assembly Coalition, visit their website at: http://www.hkonj.com/
The 17th Annual White Privelege Conference(WPC) was held Thursday, April 14 through Sunday, April 17, 2016 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvannia. In his ongoing commitment to help break down the racial barriers and injustices in the community, Rev. Willard Bass, Founder of IDR, was in attendance for this informative and compelling event. Below are a few photos of Rev. Bass's experience as the WPC continued their mission of "Re-Imagining Equity and Justice in the United States."
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