On Sunday, March 22nd, the Pluralism Project hosted a screening and panel discussion of the film Of Many at the Cambridge Public Library.
About the film Of Many: Set against the dramatic backdrop of violence in the Middle East and the tension between Jewish and Muslim students on college campuses, Of Many focuses on... Read more about Of Many Screening and Discussion (Religion Refocused Series)
Hate crimes in America have picked up steam since a massacre at a Sikh temple near Milwaukee shocked the world more than three years ago. But outreach groups are using lessons from the Sikh faith to help prevent further tragedies.
"In culture today we tend to spend a lot of time thinking about how to succeed in one or the other endeavor that we undertake. But we tend to spend very little time thinking about how we succeed as a human being," says Professor Miroslav Volf, head of the Yale Center for Faith and Culture. More →
If newcomers to Boston need to find a place of worship, a quick Google search can reveal some options, be it mosque, temple or church. But for a more holistic view of the Hub’s spiritual resources, Harvard University's Pluralism Project is had to beat.
On Wednesday, September 16, 2015, the Pluralism Project co-hosted, along with the Boston Globe's Globe Docsand the Alwaleed Islamic Studies Program at Harvard University, an advanced screening of He Named Me Malala, a documentary about the life and work of Pakistani teenager and children's education advocate Malala Yousafzai. A panel discussion followed, featuring