Category Archives: Web resource

Religion & Human Rights: Collaboration

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That Bear

Source: Not quite certain, but I found it posted without credit or any noted restrictions at Paul @bingowings.

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Jewish art commemorates Sikh children in Delhi: response & resilience

If you’re in the Boston area this weekend, a play worth seeing (free but need to register):Kultar’s Mime is part of the Harvard University Pluralism Project’s new initiative, Communities Against Hate: Response and Resilience in Multireligious Boston.

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Healthcare in America: Coming to New York

Learned about Remote Area Medical, serving health care needs in the USA for free, from a friend’s dentist. Since 1985, they’ve worked in whatever states allow volunteer out-of-state physicians and dentists to offer their professional services free for weekend clinics … Continue reading

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We are human beings

In May 2011 we went to Gaza with musicians from the Berlin Staatskapelle, the Berlin Philharmonic, the Vienna Philharmonic, the Scala [of Milan], and the Orchestra de Paris…a concert organized by the United Nations…and the whole situation was very moving. … Continue reading

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No-travel conference on refugee health, mobility & human rights

Resisting Borders, a no-travel virtual conference on refugee and migrant health, mobility, human rights and responsibilities will take place October 9-11, 2017, cosponsored by seven different universities in the United States, Canada, and Switzerland. Call for papers deadline is April … Continue reading

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Eviction: An American Epidemic

Read the interview Read more about Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City by Matthew Desmond, winner of the National Book Circle Award in nonfiction. Read New York Times review.

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