Expand The Box is a safe and astonishing 3-day learning environment for upgrading traditional thinking and behaviors.
Without our knowing how, the standard thinking and behavior patterns we adopted from our parents, our culture and our education system severely limit both the quality of our relationships and our ability to respond creatively to the opportunities and challenges of life. Expand The Box installs swinging doors through walls that previously appeared to be impenetrable.
This program will discuss the Genocide currently being committed against the Rohingya people in Myanmar/Burma.
Special guests Beth Lilach (Head of the Education Department at the Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center of Nassau County) , Adem Carroll (United Nations Program Director for Burma Task Force) and Jacqueline Murekatete (Rwanda Genocide Survivor and Activist) will speak about the Rohingya genocide to help us better understand the ongoing atrocities—and what we might be able to do to help.
This powerful film serves as a warning sign of the impending threat of escalating regional war in the Middle East. With the increasing number of U.S. military bases and direct U.S. military involvement in the region, it is clear that our governmental officials as well as the public are not sufficiently informed in regards to the dynamics of the conflicts in the region. Enemies of Peace shines a spotlight on the instigators, aggressors and funders of these catastrophic wars as well as their motives. Featuring some of the most renowned scholars, journalists and activists on the subject, Enemies of Peace offers insights and solutions not often expressed by the mainstream media and serves to empower activists in helping to bring the principles of peace, justice, cooperation and diplomacy back into politics, international relations and the collective consciousness.
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