When Stefanie Kitchner, a white woman, asked Rasheeda Ahmad of East Falls what it was like to be a black, Muslim woman in Philadelphia, it felt like a natural transition in the conversation they were having with three other women.

The women were at WHYY for the first of several conversations to increase cooperation and understanding among faith communities. Five minutes into their conversation, they had already discussed interracial dating and changing religions.

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