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  • Article
    Tue, 5 Feb 2013
    Honoring our Veterans

    In November, Intersections held several programs that honored servicemen and women. Our involvements are more than superficial gestures that do little to deepen civilian engagement with those who serve. Rather, we plumb some of the deepest emotions in the human spirit that warfare inevitably evokes—loss, love, guilt, triumph,... more...

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    Wed, 30 Jan 2013
    Change Starts Here

    Intersections is involved in a variety of initiatives that bring positive change to people's lives and communities. Below are some of our recent successes. Check back often as we continue to bring you news and updates, and if you are moved by our work feel free to contribute to our programs and initiatives. Ribbons of Hope: The... more...

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    Tue, 29 Jan 2013
    Wisdom At Work

    Power and Values explores the values that guide our leaders and ourselves as we make decisions in our work, our community, and our lives. We identify and model values-based leadership and explore how such leadership fosters more peaceful, just and reconciled communities. This past October Intersections co-sponsored the Wisdom at Work... more...

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    Thu, 24 Jan 2013
    ArticleIntersections at UNESCO Conference in Paris

    On November 5, 2012, C.Eduardo Vargas served as a panelist at the Globalization, Diversity & Social Cohesion in Educational Settings Conference at UNESCO's Headquarters in Paris, France. This conference -- organized by the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR), the Council of Europe, and UNESCO --... more...

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    Tue, 22 Jan 2013
    ArticleKazakhstan – Intersections Dialogue Techniques...

    Astana, Kazakhstan: On October 18-19, 2012, Fred Johnson and Bob Chase traveled to Central Asia for the 20th Anniversary of the first World Conference of Spiritual Concord. They were among seventy delegates from two dozen countries (six from the US) who gathered to explore how spirituality and culture can influence policy-makers across... more...

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    Thu, 17 Jan 2013
    ArticleRibbons of Hope: The Journey Continues

    After spending the better part of a year in various locations around the city, both sacred and secular, the Ribbons of Hope panels were on display at St. Peter’s Roman Catholic Church near ground zero for a month-long commemoration of the eleventh anniversary of 9/11. Originally created to commemorate the 10th anniversary of... more...

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    Thu, 9 Aug 2012
    ArticleNYC Candlelight Vigil for Sikh Temple Tragedy

    A diverse crowd was drawn to the north side of Union Square Park August 8th to hold a prayer service for victims of the Wisconsin Sikh temple shooting. Intersections joined in with about 1,000 New Yorkers, along with other inter-faith organizations and a large Sikh community, to stand in solidarity against the violent attack that took... more...

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    Tue, 3 Jul 2012
    ArticleIntersections at The Kennedy Center for World...

    Intersections led World Refugee Day events in Washington, D.C. with a performance of No Place Called Home at The Kennedy Center. No Place Called Home is a play commissioned by Intersections that looks at the stories of almost 5 million Iraqi nationals who have been displaced since 2003, amounting to the most underreported humanitarian... more...

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    Fri, 15 Jun 2012
    ArticleThe Collegiate Church of New York announces...

    June 12, 2012 (New York, NY) – Reading, PA has the highest poverty rate in the United States among cities with a population of 65,000 or more. As factories, plants and businesses continue to shutter, 41% of its residents are living below the poverty line - less than $22,000 for a family of four. The courage and conviction of the... more...

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    Thu, 7 Jun 2012
    ArticleRobert Chase speaks at the Fourth Congress of...

    Rev. Robert Chase, Executive Director of Intersections International, was the only Protestant minister of the six U.S. delegates to the Fourth Triennial Congress in Astana, Kazakhstan last week. The event brought together representatives of Muslims, Christians, Jews, Buddhists, and adherents of Hinduism, Shintoism and Zoroastrianism.... more...