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On April 25, 2017, Sinclair hosted a special program on “Non-violent Communication,” sponsored by the Multifaith Campus Alliance and featuring four Sinclair faculty and staff members.

 

Professor Heidi Arnold (center) shares her perspective on non-violent communication with the students in attendance.

Professor Amanda Hayden prepares the group for open communication by engaging in a brief mindfulness exercise.

Tom Roberts, a member of Sinclair’s staff, shares his thoughts on how non-violent conversation contributes to a more civil society.

A glimpse at the crowd of students in attendance for the program on “Non-violent Communication” on April 25.

 

The Golden Rule Quilt Display: February 2017

Part of the display of “Golden Rule” quilts, which were on campus during February 2017. The quilts are from the Dayton International Peace Museum.

 

 

The “Golden Rule” quilts from the Dayton Peace Museum represent several of the world’s major faith traditions. Each quilt also includes that tradition’s version of the “Golden Rule.”

 

These quilts, part of the “Golden Rule” display from the Dayton Peace Museum, honor three of the world’s oldest faith traditions, which arose on three different continents (Africa, the Americas, and Asia).

These quilts, part of the “Golden Rule” display on campus, honor traditions from Asia: Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism.

These “Golden Rule” quilts also reflect Asia, the original home of Confucianism, Taoism, and the Sikh tradition.

These “Golden Rule” quilts recognize the influence of modern thought in the world of faith: Wicca, Unitarian Universalism, and Humanism.

The final section in the “Golden Rule” quilt display honors several past winners of the Nobel Peace Prize. Notice that one panel is actually a mirror, inviting the viewer to imagine himself/herself as a “peace hero” and inspiring us all to embody the “Golden Rule” and make the world a better place.

 

Religion and Humanities professor Amanda Hayden demonstrates HathaYoga during World Religions and Spiritualities Week 2011.

Religion and Humanities professor Amanda Hayden demonstrates HathaYoga during World Religions and Spiritualities Week 2011.

Teaching Seder 2011.

Teaching Seder 2011.

Golden Rule Workshop 2011.

Golden Rule Workshop 2011.

Teaching Seder 2011.

Teaching Seder 2011.

Golden Rule Workshop 2011.

Golden Rule Workshop 2011.

Golden Rule Workshop 2011.

Golden Rule Workshop 2011.

Sukkot Celebration / Fall Safety Expo 2010.

Sukkot Celebration / Fall Safety Expo 2010.

Golden Rule Workshop 2011.

Golden Rule Workshop 2011.

Interfaith Dialogue on Environmental Justice, 2009.

Interfaith Dialogue on Environmental Justice, 2009.

Interfaith Dialogue on Environmental Justice, 2009.

Interfaith Dialogue on Environmental Justice, 2009.

Passover 2009, Model Seder.

Passover 2009, Model Seder.

Passover 2009, Model Seder.

Passover 2009, Model Seder.

Passover 2008, Model Seder.

Passover 2008, Model Seder.

Interfaith Dialogue 2009: The Golden Rule in World Religions.

Interfaith Dialogue 2009: The Golden Rule in World Religions.

Interfaith Dialogue 2009: The Golden Rule in World Religions.

Interfaith Dialogue 2009: The Golden Rule in World Religions.

Interfaith Dialogue 2008: The Golden Rule in World Religions.

Interfaith Dialogue 2008: The Golden Rule in World Religions.

Sukkot celebration, Autumn 2009.

Sukkot celebration, Autumn 2009.

International Peacemaker, Nazeli Vardanyan, 2009.

International Peacemaker, Nazeli Vardanyan, 2009.

Muslim Students Association end of year celebration, 2009.

Muslim Students Association end of year celebration, 2009.

International Peacemaker, Nazeli Vargdayan, from Armenia, with students.

International Peacemaker, Nazeli Vargdayan, from Armenia, with students.

International Peacemaker 2009, Dr. Nazeli Vardanyan.

International Peacemaker 2009, Dr. Nazeli Vardanyan.