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Unity in Diversity

It calls for a wider loyalty, for a larger aspiration than any that has animated the human race. It insists upon the subordination of national impulses and interests to the imperative claims of a unified world. It repudiates excessive centralization on one hand, and disclaims all attempts at uniformity on the other. Its watchword is unity in diversity.

قازان خانليغى established what is now iconic on Christian Churches in Russia. The Muslim Tartars (whose lands in Crimea Russia recently reconquered) live in the territory of the grandson of Genghis Khan. The only surviving Tatar fortress in Russia and an important place of pilgrimage, the Kazan Kremlin consists of an outstanding group of historic buildings dating from the 10th to 16th centuries. Russia's beauty and legacy is inseparable from Islam.

Teaching Children About Religious Diversity « Growing Up Global

All the prophets are united in their message, and unshaken. They are like the sun; in different seasons they ascend from different rising points on the horizon.

We Live... _in a very diverse world, and sometimes we have to look at life from a different prospective, in doing this we help to create unity in diversity, and our world becomes a better place to live in, have a blessed and productive day!

The Toronoto public library piloted it's Human Library project. You can check out people from diverse backgrounds for a one on one conversation. The goal is to break down prejudice.::I'd like to try this.

Faith in humanity once again restored…

Faith in humanity restored.

Wishing you a Happy Easter! Painting by Elisabeth Slettnes

“Nobody knew my rose of the world But me…I had too much glory. They don’t want glory like that In nobody’s heart.” -The Rose Tattoo "Colour of Dignity" by Elisabeth Slettnes

Homophobia: The Fear That Gay Men Will Treat You The Way You Treat Women

In the 1960s, as a response to segregation in the United States, the influential art patron Dominique de Menil began a research project and photo archive called The Image of the Black in Western Art. Now, fifty years later, as the first American president of African American descent serves his historic term in office, her mission has been re-invigorated through the collaboration of Harvard University Press and the W.E.B. Du Bois Institute ... a wealth of images at link!

we are all different colors living in the same box of crayons.

we are all different colors living in the same box of crayons.

This is crazy...The way we study History needs to change...

David Kato: February 13, 1964 - January 26, 2011

David Kato’s Funeral in 2011. His life was tragically cut short when he was murdered for his advocacy of LGBT Rights in Uganda.

Things to believe in: Trees #MotherEarthDay

Can anyone believe it is possible?? #MotherEarthDay

#Poverty is not natural.