Exploring the Intersection of Faith and Environmental Justice
Hussein Rashid is a theologian, Columbia University graduate, adjunct professor of religion at the New School, and founder of Islamicate, a consultancy based in NYC. Professor Rashid brings his background in religion and culture to affect positive change in the world. His work includes exploring theology, the interaction between culture and religion, and the role of the arts in conflict mediation. In this interview with Rachel Kirk and Meredith Smith, he talks about his own religious life and the challenges and possibilities he sees in environmental justice work today.