The attacks of September 11, 2001 marked the worst terrorist attack in modern history and the deadliest foreign attack on American soil since Pearl Harbor. In the 15 years since those attacks, the world has seen a rising tide of ideological extremism, refugees, and terrorist incidents associated with the Middle East, bringing fear and divisiveness to global and local communities – making peace literacy and quality childhood education in crisis zones and disadvantaged communities all the more critically important.
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We are delighted to publish this response to the recent concert Together in the City of Angels launching the newly established Southern California Muslim-Jewish Forum. reGeneration is a founding member of the Southern California Muslim-Jewish Forum.
“The uplifting joy and brotherhood was contagious. Side by side people from these two beautiful religions sang, danced, recited spoken word, rapped, told stories and prayed. I witnessed the realized possibility of love and peace.
Over the International Day of Peace weekend, September 22-23rd, the ﬁrst Interfaith Council Workshop was held, jointly sponsored by reGeneration and The Ojai Foundation’s Center for Council Practice.Read more…
The Rev. Canon Dr. Gwynne Guibord, Imam Jihad Turk, Rabbis Victor and Nadya Gross and Shepha Schneirsohn Vainstein, LMFT invite you to join us on this historic interfaith journey to the Holy Land. In addition to focusing on the sacred sites of Islam, Christianity, and Judaism, we will visit visionary educational communities in Israel and the West Bank.
reGeneration’s Interfaith Concert for Possibility at Temple Emanuel in Beverly Hills on Sunday night was more than a concert; it was an event, a happening, a milestone, the embodiment of the essence of reGeneration’s vision.