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Loeb Institute of Religious Freedom Lecture Series [Recommended Event]

“Before the First Amendment guaranteed freedom of religion in the U.S., President George Washington was an early advocate for religious minorities. President Washington’s legacy as a champion of religious freedom and the inclusion of all faiths will be sustained through the establishment of the Loeb Institute at GW.”
March 2 Is It a ‘Muslim Ban’?: What Pres. Trump’s Executive Order Really Means for Citizens, Permanent Residents, and Travelers
Timothy Keefer (former Chief Counsel for Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Homeland Security; Washington & Lee Law)
6-7 PM, Monroe Hall 428 (Sigelman Seminar Room)
March 7The ‘Status Quo’ and its Discontents: Religion, Law, and Society in Israel
Yaakov Ariel (UNC-Chapel Hill)
12-1:30 PM, Monroe Hall 428 (Sigelman Seminar Room)
Andrew Sabl (Yale)
12-1:30 PM, Monroe Hall 428 (Sigelman Seminar Room)

These events are free and open to the public.

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