DIALOGUE IN NIGERIA Muslims & Christians Creating Their Future.

Tuesday evening, March 20, 2012

In the midst of brutal violence, 200 brave Muslims and Christians met and discovered communication excellence in their days and evenings together during the 2010 2nd Annual Youth Interfaith Dialogue Conference, in Jos.

This practical evening is to offer — through African film and experience — modern tools of communication for your home, school, business, neighborhood, and global community.

Host Spencer Kapoba Chiimbwe, from Zambia, champions face-to-face, multi-faith, cross-cultural communication excellence as expert resident facilitator and Interfaith Fellow for The Community of Living Traditions at Stony Point Center. He is Coordinator for the Centre For Conflict Dialogue in New York.

Facilitators Libby and Len Traubman co-founded the 19-year-old Jewish-Palestinian Living Room Dialogue of San Mateo, California. They have co-produced five films: (1) DIALOGUE AT WASHINGTON HIGH, (2) PEACEMAKERS: Palestinians & Jews Together at Camp, (3) CROSSING LINES IN FRESNO, and (4) ABRAHAM’S CHILDREN: Graduation Day! Since January, 2012, (5) DIALOGUE IN NIGERIA has been requested from 35 nations.

● Sponsors ●

6:30 pm • Educational Exhibits & Networking 7:00 SHARP – 9:00 pm • Film & Participation

Centre for Conflict Dialogue in New York

http://www.ccdny.org

Jewish-Palestinian Living Room Dialogue

http://traubman.igc.org/global.htm

Africa Square ~ Harlem

Adam Clayton Powell State Office Building Plaza (8th Floor) 163 West 125th Street ~ New York, NY USA

(Directions)

Please RSVP: 646-730-0500 ~ or ~ Spencer@ccdny.org

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