Jews and Muslims at Yale
Jews and Muslims at Yale (JAM) seeks to establish a safe space and forum to facilitate dialogue on issues between Jewish and Muslim communities. By establishing a base of friendships and strong relationships, JAM endeavors to break down barriers and create new perspectives on present conflicts. JAM works proactively to resolve tension on campus and in the wider community, to address hot topics, and to prevent future conflict. Finally, JAM attempts to also educate on Judaism, Islam, points of friction between Jews and Muslims, and the technique of dialogue so as to empower others to work constructively on similar issues. Please contact Milana Bochkur Dratver or Shumayl Syed for additional information at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.