Fireside Chat: The Sacred Feminine

Nadema is a visual artist, illustrator, curator, educator, writer, poet, and author. Join her as she carries us through the “Sacred Feminine”—past, present, and future—from the authority and guidance of […]

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Reflections on the Life of the Spirit

PRJ is pleased to offer ‘Reflections on the Life of the Spirit’ through the lens of racial justice. This weekly series is the first of a multi-part global curriculum founded on the oneness of mankind. Our special focus is on learning together how we can play our part in eliminating racism—America’s most vital and challenging issue.

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Reflections on the Life of the Spirit

PRJ is pleased to offer ‘Reflections on the Life of the Spirit’ through the lens of racial justice. This weekly series is the first of a multi-part global curriculum founded on the oneness of mankind. Our special focus is on learning together how we can play our part in eliminating racism—America’s most vital and challenging issue.

Recurring

Reflections on the Life of the Spirit

PRJ is pleased to offer ‘Reflections on the Life of the Spirit’ through the lens of racial justice. This weekly series is the first of a multi-part global curriculum founded on the oneness of mankind. Our special focus is on learning together how we can play our part in eliminating racism—America’s most vital and challenging issue.

Oneness Chat Series: Rites of Passage

A Rites of Passage program, for 8-12 year old children, is having a great impact in Savannah, GA. The program, now in its second year, has attracted the support of local government, businesses, and leading artists using multiple media. Explore how the curriculum and strategies, led by a Board of young adults, could be adapted for use in other communities.

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Spirit of Blackness: Moving from Mistrust to Trust

The ability to practice trust in relation to others, especially in relation to white people, is very difficult for black people. But can we find ways to build this spiritual virtue within us? Let's talk.

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Recurring

Reflections on the Life of the Spirit

PRJ is pleased to offer ‘Reflections on the Life of the Spirit’ through the lens of racial justice. This weekly series is the first of a multi-part global curriculum founded on the oneness of mankind. Our special focus is on learning together how we can play our part in eliminating racism—America’s most vital and challenging issue.

Black and Indigenous Led Prayer and Meditation

This is an uplifting devotional space created and led by Black and Indigenous individuals. The Baha’i Writings proclaim special spiritual designations for each of these unique populations. Join us in celebrating the vision of the oneness of mankind through cultural meditative expressions in art and philosophy, followed by a united prayer circle.

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Eliminating Racism. Connecting Hearts.

Mt. Zion Baptist Church 530 Lystra Road, Chapel Hill, NC

Join us for an inspiring program dedicated to eliminating racism and fostering connections among hearts. This event features an arts-based devotional exploring themes of unity, empathy, and understanding through creative […]

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