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    The Sisterhood has developed a library of resources for our members’ use and for public consumption. They are designed to support exploration of and conversation on the themes central to our work - interfaith exchange and dialogue, navigating meaningful and difficult conversations, proactively responding to hate, and strengthening communities through spiritually-inspired service. On this page, you will find a glossary of terms specific to Judaism and Islam, including explanations of holidays and etiquette, materials for engaging in difficult conversations, responding to hate and biased comments, building collaborative partnerships, and developing community-based service projects. We invite you to explore these compiled resources and use them in your bridge-building work. We are always developing new materials, so check back often for updates!

    Our Impact

    An independent study was conducted in December 2018 by Civil Politics among 405 Sisterhood of Salaam Shalom chapter members to obtain evidence as to how research on contact and extended contact effects maps to the Sisterhood of Salaam Shalom.


    Every wonder how to properly greet your Muslim or Jewish friends? Wonder what In-sha'Allah or Beshert meant? Explore our Glossary for a brief guide to common terms used in both the Jewish and Muslim communities


    The Sisterhood of Salaam Shalom is committed to providing educational resources to meet the growing needs of chapter members, co-leaders, and women interested in joining the Sisterhood.

    Antisemitism & Islamophobia

    The Sisterhood of Salaam Shalom is committed to fighting against acts of hate. Explore our resources which provide tools to respond appropriately.

    Muslim & Jewish Life

    Visit our guides to best practices and proper etiquette when spending time within Jewish and Muslim homes and communities

    Dialogue & Activism Tools

    The Sisterhood of Salaam Shalom provides resources to guide you on having difficult conversations, setting group agreements and embracing the path of Spiritual Activism.

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