"Change the conversation, change your thinking, change your life.' Peter Block in a frequently quoted speech went on to say: “Maybe.. listening creates the speaking. Maybe citizens create leaders, maybe employees create bosses, maybe students create teachers and children create parents. Maybe the purpose of problem solving is to build relationships.” This is all to say that we do have the power to make monumental changes and that one of the ways is by hearingfrom one another.
The Charter for Compassion has decided to take a leadership role with the newly formed One American Registry/One Coalition and we are launching this commitment in a special webinar to be held on Thursday, March 9 at 9 am PT and 12 pm ET. Register here.
Join in this presentation to learn more about the One American Registry--a movement devoted to standing up along side targeted communities to resist any political policies that work against racial and religious freedom.
Join with other civic organizations of every background and purpose to network in defending the US Constitution and Civil Liberties.
Presenters will include John Esposito, professor of International Affairs and Islamic Studies at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. He is also the director of the Prince Alwaleed Center for Muslim–Christian Understanding at Georgetown.
Imam Malik Mujahid, Founder and Co-Chair of the One American Registry/One Coalition. Former chair of the Parliament of World Religions and Founder of Sound Vision.
Bob Thompson, Co-Chair of the One American Registry/One Coalition. Chair Emeritus of the Parliament of the World’s Religions and organizer of Compassionate Atlanta.
Marilyn Turkovich, Co-Chair of the One Ameican Registry/One Coalition. Director of the Charter for Compassion International.