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Jonathan Granoff has the pleasure of moderating a panel discussion following a screening of Mission: Joy — a wonderful new documentary about the friendship between His Holiness The Dalai Lama and Archbishop Desmond Tutu. The film and panel discussion will stream online on the opening night of the Shift Your World Film Festival on February 17th, 2022 at 6 pm PST , with an additional screening 12 hours later.
Joining me will be the film’s co-director, Peggy Callahan, the film’s executive director and author of The Book of Joy, Doug Abrams, spiritual teacher Reverend Michael Beckwith, scientist Elissa Epel, and the Program Director of the Gross National Happiness Centre of Bhutan, Julia Kim.
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Keynote: Clarence Jones
Moderator: Jonathan Granoff
Respondents: Rt. Rev. Bill Swing and Audrey Kitagawa
Clarence Jones was Dr. Martin Luther King’s advisor, lawyer, close friend, and speech writer. His keynote presentation will be unique, insightful and substantive. There are few people who were as much engaged in the thinking and advocacy of one of the most influential moral and political leaders of modern times. His engagement in the historic events led by Dr. King is inspiring. The United Religions Initiative, Voices for a Nuclear Free World and the Global Security Institute are co-sponsors of this event.
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Timeless Wisdom of Gandhi and King Today (Peace, Nonviolence and Nuclear Weapons)
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