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Martin Luther King's Day
The P ower of Nonviolence  
Christopher 2X and Hood2Hood 
History proves over and over that violence breeds more violence. Victims are traumatized by brutality - as are perpetrators, and the cycle is uninterrupted.
Join us and celebrate Martin Luther King's birthday by watching a few short movie excerpts made by award-winning radio documentary producer David Freudberg, followed by a discussion led by our local peace activist Christopher 2X with youth victims from Hood2Hood movement. 

The focus will be on the meaning of the Charleston, South Carolina shootings, Hood2Hood creation, and the significance of the families' forgiveness of the shooter. 

Monday | January 18
10:30 to 11:30 am
Christ Church Cathedral | 425 S 2nd St.
Free and open to everyone! 
Free Weekly Meditation


Every Wednesday & Second Monday at Noon

On Monday, we will have Zen Buddhist Meditation with Dick Sisto

Monday | January 11
12:10 to 1 pm
Christ Church Cathedral |  425 S. 2nd St.
Free and open to everyone!

IPP's Spirituality 
U. Education Series Presents

Islam for Beginners:
Clearing Up Misinformation about the World's Second Largest Religion

  Since September 11th, 2001 suspicion of all Muslim people, disrespect of Mosques and the sacred scripture of Qur'an has grown exponentially in the US and in Kentucky.

 Hate crimes are at a new high. You are invited to become a peacemaker by attending this two hour course taught by Haleh Karimi, to learn more about the tradition that has the same root teachings as Christianity and Judaism.

January 17th, Christ Church Cathedral 
425 S 2nd St.

In Peace,
Haleh Karimi,  Executive Director

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Interfaith Paths to Peace works to foster peace, increase interfaith understanding, and cultivate inter-religious cooperation through educational programs and events.

IPP is a nonprofit 501(c)3 located in Louisville, Kentucky, not affiliated with any religion, and is an Accredited Charity with the Better Business Bureau.