At the International Center for Ethno-Religious Mediation's Living Together Movement we neither deny nor require someone to identify them selves ethnically or religiously. But the truth is, latent effects of our upbringing sometimes cause us to interact with individuals in certain ways relevant to the tapes we formed in our heads while growing up. In our monthly forum we examine these influences and identities, latent or otherwise and as a result, foster a more peaceful co-existence among all who attend. Then, our hope is, that one by one we become a bit more sensitive and well equipped to handle such conflict when we encounter it. By learning and growing together, we change the world a little at bit at a time. 
Jillian Post - Facilitator for the LivingTogetherMovement - NYC
 
Here are the details of our upcoming forum. And I should note, we meet the last Thursday of every month!!! Join us if you are in the area or spread the word. We thank you in advance. 
 

“Living Together Movement-NYC” invites you to our monthly forum. We are a project of The International Center for Ethno-Religious Mediation. 

 

Who: LivingTogetherMovement - NYC

What: Monthly forum (Our topic will be the participants’ choice in April).

When: April 30th, 2015 @ 6:30 (and every last Thursday of the month.) 

Where: John H. Holmes Community House at 28 E. 35th Street, New York, New York (between Madison and Park, look for the red door and ring the bell).

Why: We foster a culture of peace among all people regardless of ethnic or religious identity. 

 

Register SOON,  free of charge at one of the links below:

http://www.icermediation.org/Mediation/Daf/LivingTogetherMovement.html

 

http://www.eventzilla.net/web/event?eventid=2139077384&dateid=2138880355

 

Just want to  know more? Join our Facebook group for updates and information:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/livingtogethermovementnyc/

 

Read about one of our latest dialogue forums here:

http://www.adrhub.com/profiles/blogs/after-the-rush

 

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