In an effort to create more compassionate neighborhoods and prevent hate crimes in Sioux Falls and beyond, members of Sioux Falls’ interfaith community will lead a public discussion this week.

The event will be led by Mohammad Qamar, M.D., director of interfaith dialogue and public outreach at the Muslims Community Center of South Dakota; and the Reverend Christina O’Hara, from Good Shepherd Episcopal Church in Sioux Falls.

The evening will be hosted by the Siouxland Libraries Caille Branch on Tuesday (August 22) from 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM

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