Founded in 1989 by Rabbi Marc Schneier, the Foundation for Ethnic Understanding is dedicated to fighting intolerance and promoting understanding between ethnic or religious communities.

 

FFEU President Rabbi Marc Schneier's interview as honorary grand marshal Muslim Day Parade. #MuslimsAre SpeakingOut | #21

Ahmad Nawaz, Muslim victim of terrorism is is featured in #MuslimsAreSpeakingOut campaign. This FFEU initiative is a campaign showing how Muslims are denouncing extremism, terrorism and fighting misconceptions about them. 

Share. Like. Speak Out. Tag @MASOFFEU on Facebook. #MuslimsAreSpeakingOut

Imam Shamsi Ali Speaks at the Jamaica Muslim Center against terrorism.  #MuslimsAreSpeakingOut


 

Rabbi Marc Schneier and Imam Shamsi Ali's book Sons of Abraham in paper back!

Racism and bigotry can infect the fabric of a community but what factors contribute to the rise of these judgments of character in the first place? At a time when incidents of anti-Semitism and Islamophobia in particular are on the rise, the newly published paperback version of the book, Sons of Abraham: A Candid Conversation about the Issues That Divide and Unite Jews and Muslims, explores the erroneous ideas that extremists in each religion use to justify harmful behavior.  It tackles one of the biggest and most urgent challenges communities all over the world currently face – namely fighting against existing misperceptions and misconceptions about the other. The two authors are leading religious figures from Judaism and Islam. Together they expose the dark roots of the anti-Semitism and Islamophobia that many young Muslims and Jews are still being taught today by their teachers and communities.

 

 

 

Shared Dreams Rabbi Marc Schneier and Martin Luther King III

"The history of Americans of African descent and Jewish descent is a story of two groups of people who have suffered uncommon persecution but who have persevered with uncommon faith. This is our common ground. We share the dream of a beloved community where one can live without the threat of racism, poverty, or violence. We share the dream of a beloved community where one can live without the threat of racism, poverty, or violence. We share the dream of a beloved community where the worst of the human spirit is defeated by our best. In Shared Dreams, Rabbi Schneier reiterates our commonality, as upheld by Martin Luther King, Jr. and fuels the reader to continue to work for the advancement of race relations among all God's children."

-Martin Luther King III

 

 

 

Sons Of Abraham is available on Amazon.

Sons Of Abraham is available on Amazon.

Shared Dreams is available on Amazon.

Shared Dreams is available on Amazon.


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