Youth for Human Rights of California presents
A Cultural Journey Through
RELIGIONS OF THE WORLD
A series of four events featuring ethnic food, music, artifacts, scholars and leaders from religions across the world.
"there must be spirit of tolerance in the entire population.” ― Albert Einstein
Featured religions include:
Islam, Zoroastrianism, Baha’I, Scientology, Native American, Latter Day Saints, Christian Science, Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism, Falun Gong, Aztecs, Unification Church, Jainism and more…
EDUCATORS -- this is an excellent opportunity for students to taste the foods, hear the music and learn about different cultures and viewpoints, ask questions, dispel common misconceptions and discover common beliefs with over a dozen different world religions.
Part 4: Eastern Religions -- Sikhism, Hinduism, Buddhism, Falon Gong, Unification Church, Jainism — Saturday, 29 September
Ethnic Food, Music and Art starting at 1 PM. Speakers starting at 2 PM, including Dr. Arik Greenberg of the IRTPJ.
Gain an in-depth briefing about some of the modern religions in the community. Get insight on the differences between them and the real data about common misconceptions concerning their beliefs and practices.
Those who attend all four events will receive a certificate indicating they’ve learned The Basics of Religious Tolerance and Diversity from Youth for Human Rights International and the Institute for Religious Tolerance, Peace and Justice.
Register for one or all 4 events!
Other events in the series includes:
Part 1: Saturday, 8 September
Religions of the Americas -- Aztecs, Scientology, Latter Day Saints (Mormonism), Chistian Science, Native American Religions — See video of Dr. Arik Greenberg’s talk at https://www.facebook.com/YHRCal/videos/321528981943053/
Part 2: Sunday, 16 September
Middle-East Religions -- Islam, Bahá'í Faith, Judaism, Zoroastrians
Part 3: Saturday, 22 September
European Religions -- Roman Catholic, Anglican Church, Lutheran Church, Germanic Heathenism, Wicca
Presented by California Chapter of Youth for Human Rights International, educating on what your human rights are.
Hosted by The Church of Scientology of Los Angeles, welcoming all churches and religions.