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Dearest Bahá’í Friends,

Sunday, June 14, is Race Unity Day and we are pleased to call your attention to what promises to be a most engaging "virtual celebration" of the occasion that afternoon, planned by the National Center for Race Amity (NCRA) and livestreaming on YouTube.

Titled "Reset to Our Destiny: E Pluribus Unum," the event, which begins at 4:00 p.m. EDT, will feature such nationally recognized figures as actor Rainn Wilson, actor-musician Penn Badgley, labor leader and Civil Rights activist Dolores Huerta, author-educator Joy DeGruy, and former New Orleans mayor Mitch Landrieu. Radio and TV broadcast journalist Celeste Headlee will serve as host.

An online promotional video is available (at https://vimeo.com/424168935/df3c5eba20). A graphic providing details―including a Web address (http://raceamity.org/rad2020) to register for the event, and the link(https://youtu.be/rbidepzliv4) that will be necessary to access the livestreaming video on Sunday―is attached.

Under the direction of Dr. William H. "Smitty" Smith, the NCRA has been active for a decade now in championing discourse on race relations that "recognizes and celebrates our ability to overcome racial prejudice through association, amity, and collaboration." The work of the NCRA has enjoyed the continued support of the National Spiritual Assembly, which has co-sponsored many of its activities―including the creation of a documentary titled An American Story: Race Amity and the Other Tradition, which was presented in 2019 on the WORLD Channel and some 155 affiliated public television stations across the country. Additional information on the NCRA’s history, objectives, and past efforts can be found on the organization’s website (at http://raceamity.org).

With loving Bahá’í greetings,
Kenneth E. Bowers
Secretary

National Spiritual Assembly of the
Bahá’ís of the United States
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Timeline PhotosOne of the many benefits of membership is our teaching retreats. Our next virtual teaching retreat is “Stages of the Bodhisattva Path through the Daily Liturgy” on Zoom. ⁣

Rinsen Roshi and Do’on Osho will offer their Zen adaptation of Lam Rim’s “Stages of the Path” that offers a rational foundation for understanding Buddhist teachings and developing bodhicitta (the motivation to come to personal enlightenment for the purpose of Awakening everyone). ⁣

Sangha Members are welcome to attend the whole retreat or individual days of the retreat (June 15-June 20). Not a member but want to join? Join today through the BTT website. Simply click on JOIN and fill out the brief form: https://buddhisttempleoftoledo.org/join⁣
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Dearest Bahá’í Friends,

Sunday, June 14, is Race Unity Day and we are pleased to call your attention to what promises to be a most engaging "virtual celebration" of the occasion that afternoon, planned by the National Center for Race Amity (NCRA) and livestreaming on YouTube.

Titled "Reset to Our Destiny: E Pluribus Unum," the event, which begins at 4:00 p.m. EDT, will feature such nationally recognized figures as actor Rainn Wilson, actor-musician Penn Badgley, labor leader and Civil Rights activist Dolores Huerta, author-educator Joy DeGruy, and former New Orleans mayor Mitch Landrieu. Radio and TV broadcast journalist Celeste Headlee will serve as host.

An online promotional video is available (at https://vimeo.com/424168935/df3c5eba20). A graphic providing details―including a Web address (http://raceamity.org/rad2020) to register for the event, and the link(https://youtu.be/rbidepzliv4) that will be necessary to access the livestreaming video on Sunday―is attached.

Under the direction of Dr. William H. "Smitty" Smith, the NCRA has been active for a decade now in championing discourse on race relations that "recognizes and celebrates our ability to overcome racial prejudice through association, amity, and collaboration." The work of the NCRA has enjoyed the continued support of the National Spiritual Assembly, which has co-sponsored many of its activities―including the creation of a documentary titled An American Story: Race Amity and the Other Tradition, which was presented in 2019 on the WORLD Channel and some 155 affiliated public television stations across the country. Additional information on the NCRA’s history, objectives, and past efforts can be found on the organization’s website (at http://raceamity.org).

With loving Bahá’í greetings,
Kenneth E. Bowers
Secretary

National Spiritual Assembly of the
Bahá’ís of the United States
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Timeline PhotosOne of the many benefits of membership is our teaching retreats. Our next virtual teaching retreat is “Stages of the Bodhisattva Path through the Daily Liturgy” on Zoom. ⁣

Rinsen Roshi and Do’on Osho will offer their Zen adaptation of Lam Rim’s “Stages of the Path” that offers a rational foundation for understanding Buddhist teachings and developing bodhicitta (the motivation to come to personal enlightenment for the purpose of Awakening everyone). ⁣

Sangha Members are welcome to attend the whole retreat or individual days of the retreat (June 15-June 20). Not a member but want to join? Join today through the BTT website. Simply click on JOIN and fill out the brief form: https://buddhisttempleoftoledo.org/join⁣
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Looking for a Recovery Alternative to AA? Hope is not lost!
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