L. Gregory Fireside Series “The Love Supreme: A Conversation With Masud Olufani”

Fireside Chats Hosted by Dr. Charles Bullock and Tangela Stanley with special guest Masud Olufani. Masud Olufani will explore the primal relationship of the Creator to Creation, exemplified in the enduring power of divine revelation, GOD'S unfolding love letter to humanity. Each episode features inspirational devotionals followed by intimate conversations focused on current social challenges […]

Oneness Chat Race Amity Welcome Portals – “Was Jesus a Black Man?”

This engaging series consists initially of nine episodes, each a 90-minute virtual program designed to attract a diverse group of participants. In these spaces we discover new friends who share the common desire to play a part in the elimination of racism. Together, we share our thoughts on racial justice and explore the principle of […]

Spirit of Blackness

"The Pupil of the Eye and Qualities of Heart" -  Spirit of Blackness is a virtual space where Black folks come together to connect, deepen, and explore questions that pertain to our spiritual experience as Black people. In each event, we explore a question together through words, art, and music. While the space is intended […]

Oneness Chat Race Amity Welcome Portal

Topic: "Was Jesus a Black Man?" Part 2 -  Join us as Dwayne Rayner, PRJ’s Executive Director, hosts Part 2 of "Was Jesus a Black Man?" The discussion includes how imagery has played a vital role in the way we perceive Blackness in our world today. We invite you to be a part of the […]

L. Gregory Fireside Chat Series with special guests Van Gilmer and Bruce Bondy

"A Vision of Race Unity - The Birth of An Unlikely Friendship" -  Fireside Chats, hosted by Dr. Charles Bullock and Tangela Stanley, with special guests Van Gilmer and Bruce Bondy. An intimate friendship between a Black man and a White man is having an impact on education, housing, and local government in the North […]

Black and Indigenous Led Prayer Circle and Meditation

"In Loving Memory of Kevin Locke" -  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. Through cultural meditative expressions in art and philosophy followed by a united prayer circle, join us in celebration of the vision of the […]

Racial Healing-Justice-Unity Series “Art-Infused Justice”

Fatima Laster is a self-taught interdisciplinary visual artist and the owner-operator of 5 Points Art Gallery + Studios. She will share her personal art practice which employs various media and what she considers a hybrid of accessible, or non-traditional fine art materials, coupled with traditional art materials and found objects, aiming to disarm and broaden […]

Spirit of Blackness

"Inherited Gifts and Talents" -  Spirit of Blackness is a virtual space where Black folks come together to connect, deepen, and explore questions that pertain to our spiritual experience as Black people. In each event, we explore a question together through words, art, and music. While the space is intended to be focused on a […]

L. Gregory Fireside Chat Series

"Service: The Duality of the Physical and Spiritual Nature to Rebuild Communities" -  Community and business activists, Windy Cunningham, Stephanie Perry, and Michael Brown provide insights, processes, and personal rewards in bringing about change. Each episode features inspirational devotionals followed by intimate conversations focused on current social challenges such as racism, gender equity and a […]

‘Reflections on the Life of the Spirit’ Through the Lens of Racial Justice

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 the elimination of racism — America’s […]

Oneness Chat Race Amity Welcome Series

Topic: "Has the Mass Incarceration of Black Men Become the New Jim Crow?" - Part 1 This engaging series consists initially of nine episodes, each a 90-minute virtual program designed to attract a diverse group of participants. In these spaces we discover new friends who share the common desire to play a part in the […]