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    The Sisterhood offers a variety of events and programs throughout the year on topics of particular interest to the Muslim and Jewish communities and to our interfaith allies. We invite our members and supporters to join us for those that pique their interest. Whether it’s Israel-Palestine programming, a virtual trip, our annual conference, an author event, a film screening, or more, we have something for everyone. We hope to see you soon!

    Upcoming Events

    Visit our calendar to see the details of all of our upcoming programs.  Join a language exploration class, a healing arts workshop, an advocacy event with one of our Social Justice groups, or so much more!

    Annual Conference

    Join us for a day dedicated to gathering with fellow sisters, developing new skills, learning from renowned experts, and doing your part in creating a just, peaceful, and inclusive world.

    Film Screenings

    Stranger/Sister is available for screenings hosted by individuals, community organizations, corporations, houses of worship, schools, universities, and more. The Odyssey Impact team can offer guidance from beginning to end and will provide a digital Screening Toolkit, which includes a Facilitator's Guide, Community Discussion Guide, Classroom Guide, marketing materials, and a social media press kit, all designed to make the screening experience as impactful as possible.

    Israel-Palestine Programming

    The Sisterhood of Salaam Shalom holds a wide spectrum of views on Palestine and Israel. We recognize the complexity of the issues, the passions they evoke and endeavor to hold space to hear each other. We believe any response to the conflict must be based on human rights, safety, and self-determination for Palestinians and Israelis alike. We commit to working with individuals and organizations, especially those in the region, devoted to nonviolent means to achieve peace and justice.

    Building Bridges Trips

    Each year, the Sisterhood takes a trip to a place of significance to the Muslim and Jewish communities either virtually or physically.

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