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Freedom by Starita Boyce Ansari, Ph.D



Ever asked yourself if we would be fighting global famine today, if Deputy Chairman of the Black Panther Party, Fredrick Hampton had lived? Would Poland have denied shelter to Black Nigerian students enrolled in medical school in Ukraine, if Chairman Fred Hampton's Rainbow Coalition that united Buddhists in India, Polynesians in New Zealand, Aboriginals in Australia, Latinx, and USA low-income whites in the United States, continued? Ever wonder what type of global compassionate leader the United States would be If Malcolm X, Dr. King and Robert F Kennedy and John F Kennedy had lived?

My point is not to capture the haze of nostalgia of our activist past. The world and times adversely have changed. But the meaning of justice has not. We can't go back in time, but also cannot forget the compassionate values of the 60s that brought people together regardless of class, faith, gender or race. In the work I have done with philanthropists and advocates their reflex seems to focus on a single issue and not seeing the intersection of race. [...] Read more.


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Charter for Compassion News, Programs, and Webinars 

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Click on the banner to register for our new webinar series and learn what some organizations are doing to address the housing and homeslessness crisis in their own communities.

Check out our review for the first episode of our Webinar Series on the blog here

Support our Compassionate Network

The Charter for Compassion operates much like the Internet ‚Äď connecting terrific ideas with teams of people all around the world. The Charter connects people to people, cities to other cities, schools to each other, and programs to anyone searching for ways to build and strengthen our compassion muscles. This fluid and flexible Compassionate Network is used by tens of thousands of people every year.

The hope of the Charter is to expand and strengthen this Compassionate Network until we reach a critical mass and achieve a tipping point so that compassion will be the default response of most people. Compassion will be part of most city initiatives, present in most board meetings, taught in most schools, and practiced by most businesses. 

That kind of tipping point is where we're heading. Please support the Charter with a monthly donation, much like the monthly subscription fee we all pay for Internet service. Help us boost our Compassionate Network.

It is the most significant tool in our tool box for addressing the many crises in our world. 

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- Susan Soleil, Development Director 

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EdNet Forum Series: The New 3Rs with Starita Boyce Ansari, PhD
Thursday, August 4th, 7.30-9.00 am PDT. Check other timezones here

By using stories of social justice to dismantle racism, The New 3Rs unlocks civic and compassionate leadership at school, at home, and at work. We offer programs and resources to educate and empower children, parents, educators, and workplace leaders through a lens of racial justice and racial awareness. 


Global Read

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Forgiveness is Really Strange by Marina Cantacuzino and Masi Noor
August 10, 2022 at 9 pm PDT / 6 pm CEST Check other timezones here
Learn more and register here. (You may register to get recording after event)

What is forgiveness? What enables people to forgive? Why do we even choose to forgive those who have harmed us? What can the latest psychological research tell us about the nature of forgiveness, its benefits and risks?

This imaginative comic explores the key aspects of forgiveness, asking what it means to forgive and to be forgiven. Witty and intelligent, it answers questions about the health benefits and restorative potential of forgiveness and explains, in easy-to-understand terms, what happens in our brains, bodies and communities when we choose to forgive.

Welcome Partner Session

Has your organization joined the Charter this year? If so, you’re invited to this special Welcome Partner Session on Wednesday, August 10th at 3pm PDT.  We will introduce you to all the wonderful things Charter has to offer. 

In this gathering, we’ll explain: 

  • How the Charter can¬†help¬†you feel more¬†inspired¬†to continue doing the¬†good¬†work you already are doing.¬†¬†
  • How you can find¬†information¬†on our website.
  • How you can use the Charter for Compassion for¬†networking¬†and getting to know similar projects to yours, either to¬†collaborate¬†with others,¬†to serve as inspiration to them or find new¬†ideas¬†that inspire you to¬†flourish¬†as an organization.¬†
  • All our¬†activities,¬†programs¬†and¬†webinars, which you can join for free or in exchange for a very small donation.¬†

Click/tap Here for more information and Registration. We look forward to seeing you! 

And if your organization has not yet partnered with us and you would like to become a partner,
please click/tap here
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On August 11 and 12, we are hosting two events (same event, offered twice) that we are calling Chai with the Charter. In the last six months, over 3,000 people have joined the Charter Family. We want to make sure everyone knows the why/how/what/when of the Charter and understands the value of the global Compassionate Network that we are all building together. 
This is an informal gathering of people who want to learn more about the Charter for Compassion, our programs and events, etc. It is a friend-raiser and a fund-raiser. At the end, we hope you will give us feedback on how helpful the event was and how we might improve it.
Please bring your favorite cup of chai or coffee to this Zoom gathering with some Charter staff. We look forward to seeing you soon. 
Thanks, Susan

Blast from the Past: Do you remember when we had the following happen at the Charter? Visit the following links to re-experience some of our favorite offerings from the Charter for Compassion.

What Makes a Compassionate City?

Global Read with Diane Kalen-Sukra, Save Your City 

Watch Golden Rule Day 2021

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The Charter for Compassion (CfC) is expanding its approach to fundraising in a collaborative effort which supports and showcases artists' work globally. Read more here. 

From Charter for Compassion Partners

Voices for a World Free of Nuclear Weapons: Nuclear Prayer Day

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The¬†Community of Mindful Parenting¬†aspires to empower families to become more mindful and compassionate. They are a multigenerational, multicultural and fully inclusive community that strives to nurture powerful relationships between parents/caregivers and their children. Their¬†Listening Mothers‚ĄĘ¬†and¬†Finding Calm¬†classes explore the relationship between caregiver and child through a lens of self compassion. Their weekly Communi-Teas are a centering tool for meditation. Learn more here.

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