The Interfaith Center of New York applauds the Obama Administration and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid for taking the necessary steps to establish funding codes that would reimburse physicians and other qualified health care professionals to conduct voluntary conversations with critically ill people and their families regarding their care goals and treatment preferences. We […]
Mr. Gordon Stanton, ICNY Board Member Dr. Constantine Tsitsera, Friend, ICNY Mr. George Kantakis, Founder, Associated Cut Flowers Ms. Murielle Borst-Tarrant (Kuna/Rappahanock Nations) Director, Safe Harbors Indigenous Arts/Theater Collective at LaMaMa Theatre remembers: Ms. Tonya Gonnella Frichner (Snipe Clan/Citizen, Onondaga Nation) Founder, American Indian Law Alliance; North American Regional Representative to the United Nations Permanent […]
Mr. Theo Harris, Singer Mrs. Phyllis Harris, Singer Mr. Greg Kelly, Musical Director, perform at ICNY’s 13th annual James Parks Morton Interfaith Awards Gala.
The Interfaith Center of New York (ICNY) is a secular nonprofit organization, founded in 1997, that works to build relationships of mutual respect and understanding among New York City’s faith communities and civic institutions, to educate New Yorkers and others about the city’s religious diversity, and to foster collaborative civic engagement by New Yorkers of […]
by Dr. Sarah Sayeed, Senior Advisor Mayor Bill de Blasio’s Community Affairs Unit and former ICNY Director of Community Partnerships A few months ago, I sat listening to a panel discussion on the Black Lives Matter movement that featured a prominent author and journalist as its key speaker. In the Q &A, someone asked about […]
At the conclusion of Ramadan, The Interfaith Center of New York abhors the killing of four Marines yesterday at two military facilities in Chattanooga, Tennessee. We offer our condolences to the family members and our hopes for healing for the wounded. For those in the New York area, we commend the Day of Seva […]
Mr. Bob Abernethy Executive Editor & Host, PBS/THIRTEEN’s Religion & Ethics Newsweekly, accepts James Parks Morton Interfaith Award.
William F. Baker, Ph.D., Director, Fordham University’s Bernard L. Schwartz Center for Media, Public Policy and Education and President Emeritus of Educational Broadcasting Corporation, parent company of WNET and WLIW, bestows James Parks Morton Interfaith Award upon Bob Abernethy.
Mr. James Venturi, Innovator, Documentary Filmmaker, and Urban Planner., accepts the James Parks Morton Promise for the Future Award.
Paul Goldberger, Architecture Critic, Educator & Contributing Editor, Vanity Fair, bestows James Parks Morton Promise for the Future Award on James Venturi.