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January 2024

January 16 - November 19

Join the DC Shambala Center for a monthly on-line workshop and book club where we explore practices that bridge mindfulness, self-awareness and managing conflict. We will be practicing the approaches and discussing the framework in Dis-Solving Conflict from Within by Henry Yampolsky. For more information, please click here.

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April 2024

Forming Leaders, Transforming Conflict

April 17 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Virginia Theological Seminary, 3630 Bishop Walker Circle
Alexandria, Virginia 22304
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 The Center for Anglican Communion Studies (CACS) at Virginia Theological Seminary is pleased to invite you to "Forming Leaders, Transforming Conflict." Gathering together for an evening of learning, "Forming Leaders, Transforming Conflict" focuses on the wisdom of our faith traditions and how to aid us in leading through chaos, conflict, and change. We will explore an immersive introduction to reconciliation, with a particular focus on understanding how people of all faiths and none can champion the role that faith communities…

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Building Peace Through Religiously Inclusive Workplaces

April 18 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Peace is being built by millions of people daily through company-sponsored, employee-led faith and interfaith workplace initiatives. Join Religions for Peace USA and Dr. Brian Grim to learn about this amazing movement for peace occurring in Fortune 500 companies as diverse as Google, Salesforce, DELL, CVS Health, American Airlines, PayPal, and more! This event is on zoom, click here to register. 

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May 2024

Islamophobic Tropes: What They Are and How to Respond to Them

May 5 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

The Jewish-Islamic Dialogue Society invites you to this May 5th session, which will be highly participatory, and takes aim at the common tropes used to spread Islamophobia.  The hope is that attendees will become better able not merely to identify these tropes, but also to confront them whenever they are encountered.  The event will be on Zoom and will be led by Daisy Khan, an eminent author, activist, commentator and the founder of the Women’s Islamic Initiative in Spirituality and…

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