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Featuring Professor Albert de Jong from Leiden University in the Netherlands, a Professor of Comparative Religion and Religions of Antiquity The Kamran Seminar focuses on independent scholarship and research related to Zoroastrian history and ideas. The Seminar is inspired by a key premise of the Gathas: everyone has a responsibility to seek the truth, to ask critical questions, and to continuously examine our thoughts, words and deeds in light of fairness and equity, and in light of evidence, discussion and reflection. Ushta, or…Find out more »
Join us, or be a sponsor, for an evening of personal stories that inspire hope for Israeli-Palestinian peace, based on the popular storytelling show “The Moth”. This is the fourth event in our "The Dove" series, and will feature a new group of young Israeli and Palestinian storytellers who will be in Washington to participate in the New Story Leadership program, a co-sponsor of this event. Tickets/More information: https://www.classy.org/event/the-dove-stories-of-hope-amidst-conflict/e238969Find out more »
Join us for the second film in our Summer Documentary Series, DC:Tales of Two Cities. "Fly by Light" examines what happens when a group of DC teens go to West Virginia for a peace education program. Their lives are changed dramatically, but how will this experience affect their lives upon returning home? After the film, there will be a panel discussion with director and cinematographer Ellie Walton and the co-founder and executive director of One Common Unity, HawaH. Admission is…Find out more »
Join us for the third film in our Summer Documentary & Discussion Series,DC: Tales of Two Cities. "Dog Parks & Coffee Shops" looks at diversity-seeking, community, and consumption in three DC neighborhoods undergoing urban revitalization: U Street, Columbia Heights and Petworth. A panel discussion will follow the film. Admission is free, with donations gratefully accepted for Washington Interfaith Network. Questions? Contact [email protected]Find out more »
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