May 20th — Earth Charter Indiana honored individuals whose work upholds principles of respect for nature, universal human rights, economic justice, grassroots democracy, and a culture of peace.
March 31st the Indiana Council on World Affairs concluded its Great Decisions series with a talk on US-Africa relations by Modupe Onemola. Samantha Bresnahan files this report.
March 31st the Interchurch Center hosted a remarkable event, a conversation between African-Hoosiers and others. It was put together by a new organization, IndyAfrica, with help from students from IUPUI’s School for Public and Environmental Affairs.
Nearly a hundred Bangladeshis came to IIC to learn about healthcare options, consult privately with Bangla-speaking physicians … and enjoy a gorgeous spring day with families and friends.
The Interchurch Center was the venue on April 29th when the Center for Interfaith Cooperation joined the Jewish Community Relations Council to host a showcase of a remarkable project for healing.
In addition to providing a chance for Fairouz to explain his oratorio “Zabur,” it was a showcase of some of the important members of the Interchurch Center’s community.
Stopping Traffick was organized by a class of MSW Candidates in the Indiana University School of Social Work at IUPUI and their professor, Kim Moffett, LCSW.
On Tuesday March 10, Krannert Hall was the scene for a thought-provoking and interactive examination of human trafficking. Organizers were IUPUI’s Campus Coalition Against Trafficking (CCAT), the Indiana Council on World Affairs and INDYthinks.
NUVO has a nice article about the exhibit of the Saint John’s Bible at the IIC, and explains why you should have seen it before it’s too late.