Clay County AU Chapter Meeting
Date: Saturday, April 23, 2016
Location: Fleming Island Public Library in Fleming Island.
Speaker: Tarah Trueblood, JD, MDiv, MA.
UNF Interfaith Center
Topic: The Urgency of Religious Pluralism in Public Higher Education
Tarah serves as the Director of UNF’s Interfaith Center and is responsible for the overall operation of the Center. She will discuss her role at the Intefaith Center.
According to Tarah’s biography, she believes the two most important days in our lives are “the day we were born and the day we figure out why.” It’s this second time in our lives – when we figure out our place in the world and how we can contribute to the common good – that she is most passionate about helping students figure out. One of her favorite quotes comes from the interfaith leader, filmmaker, and civil rights advocate Valarie Kaur: “The way we make change is just as important as the change we make.” Tarah says, “In my work at UNF, I hope to live out this value in the way I go about the making of positive social change.”