Within the framework of the International Day of Human Fraternity proclaimed by the General Assembly of the United Nations, the Circle of Multiple Cooperation "Latin American Interreligious Forum on Human Rights" held a meeting to reflect on the Latin American situation regarding the second wave of the COVID pandemic that has uncovered in a crude and real way, the lack of human fraternity due to the terrible health situation and the lack of access to health rights.
The Founding Fathers of our country had seen all of this religiously motivated violence before in Europe. The last thing that they wanted was Christian nationalism. That is why the first words of their first Amendment to the Constitution was to guarantee that no religion would ever be the established religion of the United States of America
Living Peace International, the Interreligious Dialogue group and the Inter-Spiritual Fraternity CC cordially invite our brothers from the United Religions Initiative of the Latin American and Caribbean Region to the presentation of the Interreligious Peace Dice, with the purpose of sharing with you our proposal, looking forward to collaborating together.