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Interfaith Human Rights Celebration for World Peace

Sunday, May 21, 2017  (3 p.m. to 5 p.m.)

Shaare Zedek Congregation, 5305 Rosedale Avenue, Montreal, QC. H4V 2H7


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We, at Canadians for Coexistence, invite you to join us in this Interfaith Human Rights Celebration for World Peace, uniting all people of all faiths.

It is our belief that coexistence among peoples can only be achieved by ridding the world of terror organizations and the regimes that support them as they are seeking the destruction of the civilized world. Both spiritual and human rights leaders will be speaking out against violence, as well as for freedom of religious expression, love, harmony, and generosity of spirit. 

Our Focus

Although religious differences have caused wars and strife throughout the millennia, religion can now become a significant part of the solution if we all declare that no matter which faith we follow, we recognize that we are all entitled to live in a peaceful, non-violent world. 

As religion has divided us, so it can now unite us. 

Canadians for Coexistence is proud to sponsor this event along with Rabbi Alan W. Bright who has generously provided his beautiful synagogue for this occasion.

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Guest Speakers Include


Rabbi Alan Bright Norman Simon Reverend Darryl G. Gray



Beryl Wajsman Raheel Raza Bishop Thomas Dowd

 
Rabbi Reuben Poupko Angela Mancini  

 
     
Co-Chair - Angela Mancini, Chairman of the English Montreal School Board (E.M.S.B.)
Co-Chair - Beryl Wajsman, Editor-in-Chief, The Suburban Newspaper

Speakers:
Norman Simon, Chief Administrator, Canadians for Coexistence
Raheel Raza, interfaith leader, author, filmmaker, anti-racism activist
Beryl Wajsman, editor of The Suburban, civil & human rights activist
Rabbi Reuben Poupko, Beth Israel Beth Aaron Synagogue
Reverend Darryl Gregory Gray
Rabbi Alan Bright, Rabbi, Shaare Zedek Congregation
Bishop Thomas Dowd, Auxiliary Bishop of the Archdiocese of Montreal
Nancy Cooperberg, President, Shaare Zedek Synagogue

And Presenting:
Imani Family & Full Gospel Church
Valerie Assouline, Singer/Soloist 
Laura Janowski, Singer/Soloist

Canadians for Coexistence wishes to express our deep and heartfelt gratitude to Rabbi Alan W. Bright, President Nancy Cooperberg, and the staff of the Shaare Zedek Congregation for generously offering their beautiful sanctuary as the venue for this event

Please watch our videos from previous years

2014| 2015 | 2016

 

Sponsors

 

Contact

Norman Simon, Founder and chief administrator
Canadian for Coexistence

(514) 750-8822
Email Norman

Itsik Romano, Event Sponsorship Program
(514) 228-7979 ext.1
Email Itsik


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