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1971 Bengali Hindu Genocide: Remembering the Lost – Celebrating Survival

In by Bryce Golbus

Hindu American Foundation Presents “1971 Bengali Hindu Genocide: Remembering the Lost – Celebrating Survival” * Tuesday, March 23, 2021, at 8:00 PM * Register Zoom Webinar: http://bit.ly/HAF1971HinduGenocide * For more information about the 1971 Bengali Hindu Genocide, please visit www.bengalihindugenocide.com [1].

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VIRTUAL EVENT: Shahbaz Bhatti 10th Anniversary Commemoration

In by Bryce Golbus

Tuesday, March 2 marks the 10th anniversary of Shahbaz Bhatti’s assassination for his courageous advocacy for Pakistan’s religious minorities. Join us to remember his legacy, at a virtual event on March 2, 2021, at 10 am EST, and hear from leading political and religious figures. After the presentations, a panel discussion will address Pakistan’s situation today and how to continue …

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Empower Women Film Training Webinar

In by Bryce Golbus

Empower Women Media provides media training and hosts global film competitions to equip leaders to have lasting impact around the world. We would be honored to have you join us for our film training webinar on February 25th to discuss our 2021Religious Freedom film competition. The goal of the competition is to challenge filmmakers around the world to produce short …

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Leah Sharibu: Speak Up

In by Bryce Golbus

Speak Up! Leah Sharibu was taken captive by Boko Haram on Feb. 19th 2018. Join ICON on Feb 19th, 2021, via Facebook for ‘Speak Up: 3 Hours for 3 Years’ as we conclude ‘7 Days of Prayer’. Join our special guests, invite others and share this event.

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USCIRF Conversation: Engaging State and Local Government in Nigeria to Protect Religious Freedom

In by Bryce Golbus

Please join the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) for a virtual event about engaging state and local government in Nigeria to protect and promote religious freedom. The event will highlight the recent decision by the U.S. government to designate Nigeria as a Country of Particular Concern for engaging in and tolerating systematic, ongoing, and egregious violations of religious …

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USCIRF Hearing: Refugees Fleeing Religious Persecution

In by Bryce Golbus

U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom Hearing Refugees Fleeing Religious Persecution Wednesday, February 10, 2021 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM Virtual Hearing Register Here   Please join the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) for a virtual hearing about ways the U.S. government can better protect and support individuals fleeing religious persecution through the U.S. refugee resettlement program, the …

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In the Name of Human Fraternity

In by Bryce Golbus

Dialogue as the path, cooperation as the code, understanding as the method. The Legacy It is hard to exaggerate the legacy of the meeting between St. Francis of Assisi and Sultan Malik Al-Kamil in 1219, a historical encounter that took place in the midst of the Fifth Crusade. This event is still remembered as a landmark of religion’s transformative power …

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Saints, Sultans, and Spies: The Extraordinary History of the Humble Coffee Beans

In by Bryce Golbus

From the secretive circles of Yemen’s ancient Sufi mystics to the Constantinople court of the Ottoman Sultans to the backstreets of Mercantile London, coffee has changed every society that fell under its heady sway. Abdul-Rehman Malik has spent a lifetime searching for the soul of coffee. Join us as we explore the culture, politics, spirituality, and the extraordinary history of …

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Building Mutual Understanding Between Muslims, Christians, and Jews as an Abrahamic Family Through Education

In by Grant McDaniel

Hosted by the Indonesian Ministry of Religious Affairs and the Leimena Institute, this webinar will look at how we can build mutual understanding and respect between Muslims, Christians, and Jews as an Abrahamic family through education, especially through primary and secondary schools. Such education is urgently needed nowadays where Islamophobia, antisemitism, and other forms of religious hatred are abound. The …

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100 Years of Freedom Journey of Women

In by Caitlin Wood

100 Years of Freedom Journey of Women ( 1920-2020 ) Sunday, Dec 27, 2020 – 12:00 to 2:00 PM – EST Zoom  https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85075535297?pwd=aTEyZTF0VHVYQWtQTmRNQTZJKzNQQT09 Meeting ID : 850 7553 5297 | Passcode 755847 It is embarrassing to think that One hundred (100) years ago, women were considered men’s property, and were required to be obedient and subservient to men. Thank God for …