African students visiting U.S. learn about URI through local Cooperation Circle

3 April 2015

A representative from the Muncie Interfaith Fellowship Cooperation Circle in Indiana, USA spoke to 20 visiting African students about URI. 

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On Thursday morning, I spoke to 20 student from several African Nations (including Kenya) on the topic of "Achieving Harmony between Ethnic and Religious Groups." I made my presentation on behalf of the United Religions Initiative and the Muncie Interfaith Fellowship which is a Cooperation Circle within United Religions Initiative. My presentation included showing the 10 minute video (see below) celebrating the 10th anniversary of URI. One purpose of my presentation was to encourage the students to return to their home countries and start URI Cooperation Circles in each of their local communities.

- Dr. George Wolfe, Muncie Interfaith Fellowship

Saying Yes to the Dream - The first 10 years of URI