Bahá'í Club Events:
These events are open to all. A loving and respectful atmosphere
fostering the independent investigation of truth is maintained. We
seek to be Columbia's most open and friendly association. We are
a student group whose membership is by no means confined to Bahá'ís
and we welcome all to join us. We organize regular and diverse activities
that aim to bring people together in a spirit of fellowship, to promote
independent and prejudice-free thought, to foster unity among different
racial, ethnic and religious groups on campus, and to collaborate with
groups with similar aims.
Presentation by Dr. Joy Leary: Post-Traumatic Slave Syndrome
Date: Feb 6, 2007
Space: Lerner Cinema
A presentation about "Post-Traumatic Slave Syndrome," pioneered by world-renowned lecturer Dr. Joy DeGruy Leary, which addresses the impact of slavery on the collective psyche. Her discussion focuses on the necessity for healing and particular emphasis will be placed on the role that spirituality can play in this process.
Hors d'Oeuvres, Dessert and Discussion: Historical Trauma and its Relevance to the CU community
Date: Feb 7, 2007
Space: Brooks Living Room -Barnard
Members of the CU community are invited to join together to discuss themes presented during Dr. Leary's presentation. We will speak about the impact of historical trauma in diverse communities represented on campus. Our goal is to encourage dialogue and understanding across community lines, ultimately fostering a better awareness of our commonalities and oneness.
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Thursday, September 13 (7:00-9:30pm): Club Meet and Greet
Please join us at Schiff Room (in Earl Hall) for an evening of socializing as the new semester goes into full swing! Email email@example.com with questions or comments.