What we're about

We are a group for anyone interested in having meaningful conversations that explore and celebrate the diversity of cultures and peoples in our area, and the principles of unity in diversity that connect us. Join us for respectful, honest, and thoughtful conversations on race relations, equality of women and men, social justice, and other spiritual themes. Using words from The Baha'i Faith and other religious texts as well as from contemporary thought, we will explore spiritual solutions for transforming our society and for empowering and engaging all people to create and serve a united community. All are welcome!

Upcoming events (2)

Meaningful Conversations About Racism and What To Do About It

Alexandria Black History Museum

This is a series of 4 talks meeting once a month. With the help of two esteemed facilitators, we will listen to one another and explore solutions for empowering and engaging all people to create and serve a united community as we tackle the challenges of racism. This is our third meeting in the series. The topic is: How do we experience racism in Alexandria, VA? The facilitators are: Selena Orona and Rev. Quardricos Driskell. * Ms. Orona is the Secretary of the governing board of the Alexandria Bahá'í Community; Founder of Metamorphosis Art And Enrichment Center; and Associate Director for ChildTime Learning Center. * Rev. Quardricos Driskell is the Pastor of Beulah Baptist Church in Alexandria, VA; Religion and Politics Adjunct Professor at George Washington Graduate School of Political Management; and Government relations manager for the American Urological Association (AUA). All are welcome!

Meaningful Conversations About Racism and What To Do About It

Alexandria Black History Museum

This is a series of 4 talks meeting once a month. With the help of two esteemed facilitators, we will listen to one another and explore solutions for empowering and engaging all people to create and serve a united community as we tackle the challenges of racism. This is our fourth meeting in the series. The topic is: How to talk to children/teens about racism? The facilitators are: Selena Orona and Rev. Quardricos Driskell. * Ms. Orona is the Secretary of the governing board of the Alexandria Bahá'í Community; Founder of Metamorphosis Art And Enrichment Center; and Associate Director for ChildTime Learning Center. * Rev. Quardricos Driskell is the Pastor of Beulah Baptist Church in Alexandria, VA; Religion and Politics Adjunct Professor at George Washington Graduate School of Political Management; and Government relations manager for the American Urological Association (AUA). All are welcome!

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Meaningful Conversations About Racism and What To Do About It

Alexandria Black History Museum