Vicky Gillon grew up in a Christian household and studied Islam during her senior year of high school. In her first 18 years, she learned to appreciate religious diversity but had few opportunities to experience it.
“Interfaith (activism) was not on my radar at all,” she said about her freshman year of college.
In four years, a lot changed. Gillon, now 22, graduated this May from Augustana College in Rock Island, Illinois, with a degree in religion and a reputation as an interfaith leader.
To learn more read about how university students care about interfaith cooperation. How can school leaders empower them?
Read more (Deseret News)