Video of panel on which Karen Armstrong presented: "Kill them (Qu’ran), Do Not Spare Them (Torah), and Cast Them Into Everlasting Fire (New Testament)": (link) Image credit © The Parliament of the World’s Religions/Steve Rohrbach
Charter GCC Board President Rev. Dr. Joan Brown Campbell accepts the Ahimsa (non-violence) award. Kirit Daffary, Parliament trustee watches as Jain leader H. H. Dr. Vasanth Vijajji Maharaj holds award. Credit © The Parliament of the World’s Religions/Steve Rohrbach
From left: Mayor David Formosa, Powell River, B.C., Mayor Ralph Becker, Salt Lake City, UT, Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson, Gary, Ind., Mayor Greg Fischer, Louisville, Ky., Tom Williams, co-host of Compassionate Louisville moderates. Credit © RVEEP/Reed Price Video of panel on tips for interfaith leaders (link 1), (link 2). What makes a compassionate city? (link)
Read about the awards for the Charter and Lousivlle, Ky. here.
Above: Jon Ramer, Compassion Games booth; Louisa Hext, with The Forgiveness Project exhibit; Lesa Walker with Joseph Vasile of Peace Flags in the Wind; Karen Armstrong and Reed Price at book signing at the Charter's meeting space; Climate Change ribbons in the convention center, to be sent to Paris; Green Campaign Exec. Dir., Marc Barasch, author of Field Notes on the Compassionate Life, with Charter Director Marilyn Turkovich. Below: Gelug monks chant at a plenary opening; Gelug monks create a sand mandala. Image credit © RVEEP/Reed Price