For the past 28 years, CCEJ has hosted an Interfaith Intercultural Breakfast for over 800 community members with a theme connected to an aspect of our work. The Interfaith Intercultural Breakfast is an opportunity for people of all racial, ethnic, religious, gender identity and cultural backgrounds to come together to celebrate our rich diversity and share in the vision of a truly inclusive community.
We are excited to announce Christian Picciolini as this year’s guest speaker, who will be sharing his story about his former life as a member of the white supremacist movement, and his perspective on how communities can take action to prevent hatred and intolerance. To learn more about Christian, click here.
The Answer is Love
Friday, March 8, 2019, 7:30-9:15 am
Long Beach Convention & Entertainment Center
Grand Ballroom, 300 E. Ocean Blvd., Long Beach, CA 90802
Rev. Petra Malleis-Sternberg
Pastor, First Congregational United Church of Christ
San Bernardino, CA
Darick J. Simpson
Long BeachCommunity Action Partnership
CCEJ believes now is the time when dialogue on racism and hate is greatly needed, and our Interfaith Intercultural Breakfast is an opportunity to face this issue courageously and in solidarity with one another. To sponsor the event or purchase tickets, please complete the form below. You may also register by mail and pay with check using our printable registration form available here: 28th Annual Interfaith Intercultural Breakfast Registration Form.
*High school and college students are invited to our youth event with Christian – Leaving Hate Behind: A Youth Dialogue with a Former White Supremacist – on March 7th. The event is FREE. Visit our youth event page for more information and to RSVP.
Can’t attend but want to support? Click here to make an online donation.