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What better way to get a sense of our work, and hear first-hand from the people who are affected by our programming, than through the medium of video. You can also find a listing of our videos on our YouTube channel.

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    Tue, 23 Feb 2016
    VideoUPIC 2016 | Bob Chase Wrap Up

    "Four years — and five trips to Pakistan — later, we have grown into a recognized force for good on two continents as we “deepen the discovery” of one another and work together on the things that make for peace." — Rev. Bob Chase

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    Mon, 22 Feb 2016
    VideoUPIC 2016 | Imam Dr. Nasir Ahmad Reflections

    Imam Dr. Nasir Ahmad traveled from Florida to Pakistan as part of our UPIC delegation. He says: "I am enthusiastic that what I have seen and heard thus far is real. Many things I have seen and heard have been mainly theory. But I see where this group is actually working with the citizens of the country and doing some things tangible to improve the lives of the citizens."

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    Mon, 22 Feb 2016
    VideoUPIC 2016 | Amineh Hoti and the Center for...

    The Center for Dialogue and Action in Pakistan brings together people of different faiths and cultures to begin to respect and understand each other. The Center creates courses on peace-building and accepting "the other" with the goal of creating understanding and empathy. The aim of the Center is to create good global citizens.

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    Mon, 22 Feb 2016
    VideoUPIC 2016 | Rev. Dr. Art Cribbs Reflections

    The Rev. Dr. Art Cribbs reflects on his visit to Pakistan with the US-Pakistan Interreligious Consortium.

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    Mon, 22 Feb 2016
    VideoUPIC 2016| Rabbi Simkha Weintraub Reflections

    Rabbi Simkha Weintraub shares his experience visiting Pakistan with the US-Pakistan Interreligious Consortium. While on this journey he is surprised to find so much commonality between his story and the story of the Pakistanis.

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    Sat, 20 Feb 2016
    VideoUPIC 2016 | Support Humanity Organization

    The Support Humanity Organization was developed by a young entrepreneurial woman in the North West territories of Pakistan with the help of Intersections and the US-Pakistan Interreligious Consortium. The Project uses sustainable agriculture to empower women who have lost family to terrorism and sectarian violence in the region, and do not have any source of income.

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    Sat, 20 Feb 2016
    VideoUPIC 2016 | Father Brian Muzas Reflections

    Father Brian Muzas reflects on his experience in Pakistan with the US-Pakistan Interreligious Consortium. Through telling our stories and sharing experiences we can find peace and harmony.

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    Fri, 19 Feb 2016
    VideoUPIC 2016 | An Inspirational Visit to the Katchi...

    The UPIC delegates visited one of the poorest communities in Islamabad, Pakistan and were greeted with overwhelming generosity and hospitality. They were showered with rose petals and invited to a worship service. Here, delegate Rev. Lisa Vander Wal shares the experience of visiting this community and the powerful exchange she had with one little girl.

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    Thu, 18 Feb 2016
    VideoIntersections Dance Collective: Moving Forward

    Intersections Dance Collective (IDC) presents extracts from “Moving Forward”, a community-based performance born out of reflection around movements for social change. Research and conversations about how social movements and the environment affect our communities were translated into dance. This performance was held at Fort Washington Collegiate Church in May, 2015.

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    Thu, 18 Feb 2016
    VideoUPIC 2016 | The Challenges and Possibilities of...

    On February 19th, 2016, delegates from the US-Pakistan Interreligious Consortium (UPIC) were invited to a reception at the University of Management and Technology in Lahore, Pakistan. Faculty, students and administration welcomed the team with gifts, tour and a banquet; followed by a formal dialogue session with the theme: "The Challenges and Possibilities of the Interfaith Encounter."

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