Second Sunday Lunch Hosts
Jefferson Award Recipient
on Sunday, February 14
At Second Sunday lunch in February, Valentine’s Day, we will be host to a speaker, Samina Sundas. Samina is originally from Pakistan and come to build bridges between Christian and Muslim. In 2003, she founded American Muslim Voiceas a grassroots, nonviolent, inclusive, civil, immigrant and human rights organization. They build alliances with other groups to unite all under the umbrella of our common humanity, celebrating diversity and valuing all human beings.
The recipient of the Jefferson Award in 2006, Samina was chosen for her tireless work to promote understanding cross-culturally. The Jefferson Award was founded in 1972 by Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Senator Robert Taft, Jr. and Sam Beard of the American Institute for Public Service. The award is the Nobel Prize for public and community service.
You won’t want to miss this conversation with this unique and gifted woman.