Rumi Forum Hampton Roads Chapter held its 10th Annual Friendship and Solidarity Dinner in Norfolk, VA on November 13. 2014 Peace and Dialogue Award recipients were also honored at the dinner. This year’s award recepients were Eleanor Bradshaw, Dr. Kirk Houston, …
Min Su Kim, an 8 grade student from Jack Jouett Middle School of Albemarle County, won the first place at Rumi Forum’s Art of Peace and Dialog Contest 2014. U.S. Congressman Robert Hurt, which serves as U.S. Representative for Virginia’s …
The 8-12 grade students from across the Albemarle Country and City of Charlottesville put their skills to the test at the Peace and Dialog Art Contest competition. The theme of this year contest was “Why College is Awesome?”
Rmi Forum Charlottesville Chapter and American Turkish Friendship Association organized “Annual Peace and Dialog Dinner” on October 27, 2014 with theme of “Higher Education for A Better World”. The keynote speaker of the program was Delegate David Toscano.
Rumi Forum Charlottesville Chapter and American Turkish Friendship Association organized “Peace and Dialogue Dinner” on November 12, 2013 with theme of “Ending Poverty”.
Rumi Forum Charlottesville Chapter organized a forum discussion called Abraham’s Table on Wednesday, April 9, 2014, with the theme of “Love and Compassion“.
Rumi Forum’s Silent Auction Benefits Habitat For Humanity of Greater Charlottesville On Tuesday, November 12, 2013, Rumi Forum brought over one hundred people together to discuss the “Ending Poverty” at its Annual Peace and Dialogue Dinner.
Peace And Dialogue Art Contest Raised Awareness of Poverty Among Charlottesville’s Middle And High School Students Rumi Forum organized an art contest that is designed to raise awareness of poverty. Students at the public and private schools at Charlottesville and …
Kristin Szakos, Vice Mayor of Charlottesville, together with a number of academicians from Virginia Tech and Radford University, participated in the dialog trip to Turkey.
Rumi Forum and American Turkish Friendship Association (ATFA) organized a total of six Ramadan dinner programs to share the traditional break-fast meal with Albemarle-Charlottesville community.