Sun. Oct. 11, 2009 — Gandhi Remixed: Pluralism and Nonviolence in Today’s World

a Parliament of the World’s Religions (SCCPWR)

 
  

 The University of Southern California

and the Southern California Committee for

 

invite you to

 

Gandhi Remixed:

Pluralism and Nonviolence in Today’s World

 

Sunday, October 11, 2009. 1:30 PM – 5:30 PM

at USC’s Mark Taper Auditorium (near Jefferson and Hoover )

Registration begins at 12:30 PM

 

Speakers include Ralph Fertig and Chris Chapple plus many others, who will lead workshops.

Chris Chapple, Doshi Professor of Indic and Comparative Theology at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, is founding member of the Forum on Religion and Ecology ( Yale University ) and has published more than a dozen books on the religions of India , many with a focus on Hinduism and Ecology.

Ralph Fertig, professor of social work at USC, has fought for social justice as a federal administrative judge, civil rights lawyer, social worker and sociologist. The Washington Post once dubbed him “the conscience of Washington .”

 

Refreshments and event are FREE, followed at 6:00 PM by a free concert at the Bovard Auditorium

by one of the world’s foremost sitar players

Nishat Khan

 
  • Help us celebrate Gandhi’s 140th birthday!
  • Join us for an intellectually exciting, multi-cultural encounter
  • Participate in an official Pre-Parliament Event as the world’s interfaith community gears up for the largest interfaith gathering in the world to be held this December in Melbourne , Australia !
 
  
The 1st World Parliament of Religions was held in Chicago in 1893. Since the centenary celebration in Chicago in 1993,               a Parliament of the World’s Religions has convened every five years in a major international city – Cape Town 1999; Barcelona 2004 and now the 5th in  December 3-9, 2009 in Melbourne, Australia

 

 

 
SCCPWR is an organization open to individual members, founded upon a common commitment to promote dialogue about the varieties of sacred experience in order to foster understanding, mutual respect, and cooperation.
 

http://socalparliamentofreligions.org http://www.parliamentofreligions.org

 

For more information contact: Anthony Manousos    310-889-0784 socalparliament@aol.com

 
Yours in peace and friendship,New blog: http://laquaker.blogspot.com/

“Live your life as if everything that happens is what you’ve prayed for.” –Gene Hoffman

 

Anthony Manousos

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Mobile: 310-755-4497

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