“Unequal application of the law demands the raising of the prophetic voice.”
About the Rabbi Marshall Meyer Retreat
Held bi-annually since 1998, the conference is a professional development and capacity building opportunity for religious leaders, allowing faith leaders to learn about social issues, create networks for mutual support, and meet civic leaders and service providers. The conference is named after Rabbi Marshall Meyer, who was a religious leader actively engaged in social justice projects and building partnerships with other faith communities.
This year’s conference addressed the challenges men and women face upon their release from prison and offered a space for faith, government and community leaders to learn more about new and innovative programs to support formerly incarcerated individuals on their journey to re-entry and reintegration.
For more info on the retreat see https://interfaithcenter.org/archives/9638.