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Latino Renaissance (tags)
A special panel discussion will be held on Latino Renaissance during the upcoming 8th Anniversary Celebration of the International Museum of Muslim Cultures at Jackson, MS.
Celebration of the Achievements of Women as Peacemakers (tags)
Peace with Justice Center invites you to participate in an exciting gathering of Peace Activists during the week following the International Women’s Day for the celebration of the achievements of women as the peacemakers.
Interfaith Roundtable: European-Muslim and American-Muslim Relations (tags)
Interfaith Roundtable of Claremont will present a special program with Imam Ali Siddiqui.
Imam Siddiqui Conducted Prayer for Peace on the International Day of Peace 2008 (tags)
Imam Ali Siddiqui was the featured speaker at the UN International Day of Peace celebrated on September 21, 2008 at the Brethren Church of La Verne, La Verne, CA. Imam Siddiqui highlighted the sanctity of life and lead the group in prayer for Peace. His prayer was punctuated with the recitation of Quran.
International Day of Peace 2008 (tags)
Imam Ali Siddiqui will be the featured speaker at the UN International Day of Peace celebration on September 21, 2008 organized by the Brethren Church of La Verne, La Verne, CA. He will discuss the causes of violence and lead the group in prayer for Peace including recitation of Quran.
The 1429th Blessed Month of Ramadan (tags)
2.8 billion Muslims of the world will celebrate their blessed month of Ramadan starting Monday, Sept. 1, 2008. During this month, healthy Muslim adults will observe Fasting during the daylight hours.
Torture: Its Meaning and Effect on Victims and Societies - (tags)
Peace with Justice Center of the Pomona Valley invites you to the 19th Annual Program 2008 to participate in an exciting gathering of Peace Activists with the internationally acclaimed leader in the area of treating victims of wars and torture, Dr. David Kinzie. He will present not only the legal definition but also the effects of torture on the victims and on the societies that practice torture. In 2007, University of La Verne bestowed on him the honorary degree of Doctor of Humane Letters in recognition of his lifelong scholarship, dedication, and commitment to healing the wounds of war and torture. Prof. Kinzie has been involved in research, treating and healing the victims of wars and torture in the world including Hawaii and Malaysia. He has made many presentations at international conferences and published several books on the subject. Torture Victims Maria Guardado and Mario Avila will also share their stories.
What Americans Need to Know About Islam (tags)
United Nations Association, Pomona Valley Chapter will present a special program with Imam Ali Siddiqui.
Interfaith Peace Vigil in Claremont, CA (tags)
Peace-making Task Force of the Claremont United Methodist Church is sponsoring an Interfaith Peace Vigil on January 6th, Sunday evening at 5:30.
5th Annual Panel Discussion: The State of the Indigenous People of North America (tags)
Basic rights of indigenous communities, including the right to land and to cultural identity - in the use of language, education and the administration of justice - are systematically violated (Amnesty International Report 2002). Native American men residing in South Dakota fare the worst, on average living only to age 58 while whites live longer to age 79 (Times, Sept. 25, 2006).
Eid al-Fitr - a true Thanksgiving Day: (tags)
Press release to announce Eid al-Fitr - a true Thanksgiving.
1.9 billion Muslims of the world will celebrate Ramadan starting Sept. 13, 2007 (tags)
1.9 billion Muslims of the world will celebrate their blessed month of Ramadan starting Thursday, Sept. 13, 2007.
How many Minutemen does it take to formulate an argument? (tags)
Minutmen protest peaceful commemoration. Why?
The Struggle for Humane Immigration: Success and Challenges Speaker: Angelica Salas (tags)
Annual Program 2007: Peace with Justice Center invites you to participate in an exciting gathering of Peace Activists with one of the Humane Immigrant Rights leader, Angelica Salas. She was 29 years old when she became the executive director of CHIRLA—Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles. The Mexican-born community leader began her immigrant rights work as a volunteer for CHIRLA in 1995, when the organization consisted of only seven paid staff members. Almost eleven years later, CHIRLA has grown to become one of the leading community organizations in Los Angeles serving immigrants from all over the world. The staff of 30 runs over a dozen programs to help educate immigrants about their rights, offer legal aid referrals, train immigrant youth to become leaders, assist in employee/employer wage disputes, as well as do advocacy at the local, state and federal level. Angela has a success story to share.
Prayer for peace and an end to war and violence (tags)
Peace Fire for a Cease-Fire - AN INTERFAITH SERVICE for Peace
Update - Pomona RNs demand Union recognition (tags)
Update: Last September the nursing staff at Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center held a union election and won by 120 votes! Management filed frivolous election objections....