Sun Devils Are Better Together

Creating a more peaceful, tolerant, and inclusive community throughout ASU's four main campuses and beyond by encouraging mutual understanding, cooperation, and respect
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“Our purpose is to bring students from different worldviews together to voice their values and beliefs, engage across lines of difference, and act together to improve the community based on shared values.”
Traditions
Judaism, Atheist, Christianity, Earth Based, Islam
Sub-Traditions
Pagan
Number of Members
50
Region
Location
Mesa, AZ, United States of America
Joined URI Network

The Sun Devils Are Better Together Cooperation Circle (CC) is the first interfaith group at Arizona State University (ASU) and is made up of 50+ members. This group brings students from different worldviews together to voice their values and beliefs, to engage across lines of difference, and to act together to improve the community based on shared values. CC members gather for weekly meetings for dialogue and discussion, in monthly events to celebrate cultural diversity, and in an annual service project to meet the needs of the local community. ASU has large, active faith and non-faith communities that are already thriving. CC members try to foster more cross-collaboration between them. CC members take interfaith work a little further into also looking at work among groups with different identities from each other, such as LGBT, cultural heritage, race, etc.

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