Saturday, January 16, 2010

Press Release on Holocaust and Genocides

7 Minutes, 7 Topics and 7 reflections, an educational program
5:00 PM on Sunday at Center for Spiritual living

It is an educational program, where 7 speakers will reflect on 7 topics for 7 minutes each along with simple things that you and I can do to prevent such tragedies. The topics range from the Holocaust to Genocides, massacres and tragedies. It is a purposeful event to learn, acknowledge and reflect upon the terrible things that we humans have inflicted upon each other.

Holocaust is a major human tragedy and failure of humanity. Among Genocides, Massacres and other tragedies we will reflect upon the Indigenous American people, the Maya, Toltec, Darfur, Polpot, Congo, Nanking, Armenia, Rwanda, Falun Dafa, Burma, Tibet, Bosnia, India, Gaza and the transatlantic slave trade. Through these representative events, our goal is to reflect upon every human tragedy. We plan to have a full day conference to touch upon every issue in the coming years and we hope you would attend the full day event next year.

Please join us on Sunday at 5:00PM at Center for Spiritual Living, 4801 Spring Valley road, Dallas, Tx 75244. Please find the directions before hand as no one would be available to take the phone calls on the day of the event.

Website - www.HolocaustandGenocides.com
Email – HolocuastandGenocides@gmail.com
Phone – As a last resort (214) 325-1916

It is an initiative of American Muslims striving to work for responsible societies. Organized by the Foundation for Pluralism, where co-existence is our value.

PRESS RELEASE

3rd Annual Reflections on the Holocaust and Genocides.


DALLAS – (January 14, 2010) –The Foundation for Pluralism announces the 7/7 speakers Panel to reflect upon the Holocaust and Genocides event at 5:00 PM on Sunday, January 24, 2010 at the Center for Spiritual Center, 4801 Spring Valley Road, Dallas, TX. 75244.

Each individual in the seven member panel would acknowl

edge the inhumanity in us and reflect upon the solutions for co-existence. It is a purposeful event to learn, acknowledge and reflect upon the terrible things, that we humans have inflicted upon each other.

What can you do as individual?

Join us with individuals and leaders from different faiths, races, ethnicities and cultural backgrounds to express your solidarity and commitment to co-existence. It is a tribute to those who stood up, raised their voices and risked their lives to save the life of others.

The seven-minute topics would range from the Holocaust to Genocides and massacres, such as Genocides and massacres of Indigenous American people, the Maya, Toltec, Darfur, Polpot, Congo, Nanking, Armenia, Rwanda, Falun Dafa, Burma, Tibet, Bosnia and others. They will also speak about the tragedy in Gaza and other places, and the effects of cultural massacres through the transatlantic slave trade.

Mike Ghouse, Chairperson of the event adds, “We mean to include all genocides, but due to time limitations and funding, we will limit to the few as representations of all other, if you would like to include a specific event, we will include the event name at this time.”

The Jewish and other communities have borne the suffering of the Holocaust for over sixty years; it is time for us to share it. No community should bear the suffering alone; we all have to stand up, and be there for each other.

We have to learn to see each other with dignity and honor the otherness of other. Gatherings such as this offer hope and opportunity for a more secure and safer world. I would appreciate your attendance. Please bring your friends along.

The event is sponsored by the Center for Spiritual Living and World Muslim Congress.

It is an initiative of American Muslims striving to work for responsible societies. Organized by the Foundation for Pluralism, where co-existence is our value.

Contact: Mike Ghouse (214) 325-1916,
email: MikeGhouse@aol.com
event email: HolocaustandGenocides@gmail.com
Website: http://www.holocaustandgenocides.com/
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