The program aims to provide a forum in which diverse community members discuss inter and intra-racial and ethnic conflicts as well as resolutions with the campus community.
Chipamong Chowdhury, Monastic Social Activist and Dharma Teacher
Gamileh Jamil, executive director, ACCESS WNY
Kyi Tha Tun, Fulbright Scholarship Recipient at the University of Pittsburgh
Leonce Byimana, program director, Center for Survivors of Torture, Jewish Family Services
Moderator: Sam Magavern, co-director, Partnership for the Public Good (PPG)
The panelists will share their insights and experiences on conflicts and resolutions evolved around ethnic, gender and religion issues around the world—global to local.
Refreshments from the West Side Bazaar is served.