Thursday, January 16, 2014

7th Annual Holocaust and Genocides event on Sunday January 26, 2014 at Unity Dallas.


The purpose of this event is education, we hope to learn and acknowledge our failings and make a personal commitment to do our individual share of saying “Never Again”. Our mission is to create awareness of the inhumanity within each one of us and hope to find the solutions.

  • Event:  Holocaust, Genocides of Native Americans and Gujarat Massacre.
  • Theme: Sparks of Hatred and how to extinguish them 
  • Date: Sunday, January 26, 2014 
  • Time: 3:00 PM :  American Indian Genocide Museum
  • Time: 4 PM – 6 PM Full Program
  • Venue: Unity of Dallas
  • Address: 6525 Forest Ln, Dallas, TX 75230 
  • Site: www.HolocaustandGenocides.com 
  • Email: HolocaustandGenocides@gmail.com 

Please note, due to sensibility of the event, we want to assure each one of you, that it is an all inclusive event, over the last several years, we have focused on Holocaust and Genocides across the world. This is a symbolic event to represent the Jewish Holocaust and all Genocides.

Hate is one of the many sources of disrupting peace in a smoothly functioning society,  and it is our duty, both individually and severally to track down the source of such hate and work on mitigating it. Indeed, each one of us needs to do our share of work. It is also our moral responsibility to support law and order and faithfully guard the safety of every citizen.

The spark of hatred will not disappear through the enforcement of law alone, it would be temporarily on and off the radar, but will reappear with vengeance at every little conflagration in the form of subtle to blunt Anti-Semitism, Islamophobia, Gay bashing, racism, xenophobia and discounting women.  No one will live in peace, as long as we keep messing with one’s space, sustenance and nurturance.  

Injustices from the past will not fall off the earth, they continue to linger and eats away peace between individuals and nations, and we are responsible to bring a closure to the loose ends of many conflicts, so we all can trust each other and feel safe, and focus on the collective prosperity of all.

The program will address preventing such occurrences, and most importantly, how to bring closure to these sparks and work on building cohesive societies, where no human has to live in apprehension or fear of the other.

What can you do?

Please mark the calendar, invite your friends and invite sponsors for the event and share about this among your friends.


Contact:
Mike Ghouse (214) 325-1916
Mary Ann Thompson-Frenk ( 214) 564-5119


Organized by:
The Foundation for Pluralism, Memnosyne Institute, World Muslim Congress,
American Indian Genocide Museum and America Together Foundation 






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