May 30, 2016, Chicago, IL — The dialog dinner was jointly organized by the Niagara Foundation and Turkish-American Society of Chicago (TASC). The opening remarks were made by TASC representative Mustafa Yazici under the theme of refugees. In his speech, he discussed the importance of service to humanity by noting that it is an underlying principle for all three Abrahamic religions.
The program kicked off with a video presentation of the activities of Niagara Foundation. Hakan Berberoglu, a representative from Niagara Foundation gave closing remarks and discussed on the many difficulties the prophets faced in their lives.
Over 200 people attended the event, as well as three people representing their respective traditions as part of the panel Frederick Reeves, Sally Dyck and Kamil Mufti.