Panel: Joseph Smith Lecture Pre-event

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Speaking on cooperative relations between religion and the state in refugee aid and resettlement, the panel will comprise representatives from religious organizations which contribute to refugee aid and resettlement organizations and a representative from the U.S. State Department:

  • Barbara Day, U.S. Department of State Chief of Domestic Resettlement
  • Sharon Eubank, Director of LDS Charities and Humanitarian Services
  • Michael Kessler, Director of Georgetown University’s Berkeley Center
  • Anwar Khan, Chief Executive Officer of Islamic Relief

This event is sponsored by the University’s Department of Religious Studies’ Mormon Studies Program and Bicentennial Initiative on Democracy and Religion, and is free and open to the public. Parking is available adjacent to the event site, 580 Massie Rd.