•August 31, 2015 • Leave a Comment

logo courthouseThe Interdependence on Lackawanna event which will be located at the Renaissance Square 500 Lackawanna Ave. It will feature art projects, music, and information that celebrate the reality of interdependence and the values of collaboration and cooperation within local communities and across all communities nationally and worldwide. The Lackawanna Avenue event is co-sponsored by Keystone College. There will be drumming with Steve Kurilla, music by Old Man River Band, and art projects.

“This is the second of many years that we hope to celebrate the concept of local and global interdependence in downtown Scranton during September. The event will feature art projects, music, and performances that celebrate the reality of interdependence and the values of collaboration and cooperation within local communities and across all communities nationally and worldwide,” said Susan Constantine, chairperson Lackawanna Avenue Project event

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Iday Scranton Events

•August 29, 2015 • 1 Comment

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2015 Interdependence Day #idayscranton 2015 #interdependencedayScranton

•August 3, 2015 • 1 Comment

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Interdependence Day 2015

•June 8, 2015 • 1 Comment

Coming Sept 2, 2015 Interdependence Day
How Interdependence Works on local Campuses. ‪#‎idayscranton‬‪#‎idayscranton2015‬

Presidents from local colleges and universities are invited to discuss how they promote interdependence on their campuses.

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Peace Mandala Project at North Pocono Intermediate School, Moscow, PA

•April 14, 2015 • Leave a Comment

Hexagon Project

Hexagon Project becomes The Interdependence Hexagon Project interdependent with the Peace Mandala Project at North Pocono Intermediate School, Moscow, PA! Over500 hexagons were created last week at the school under the direction of Mousumi Moushumi De, PhD Candidate at Indiana University at Bloomington IN. Mousumi led the students to think, draw and write about what Peace means to them in school. Their principal, Mr. Farr spoke to them about the importance of seeing themselves as connected to each other and how it helps these 4th and 5th graders understand that they have responsibilities to work together for a larger goal – their education and a better world.
Mousumi guided the experience by asking questions that elicited very unique and positive responses. The TWO 8′ x 8′ murals will be installed in their school library as a reminder of their ideas an intentions about making their school a joyful and…

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Blue Ridge Hexagon Project Raises Funds

•April 7, 2015 • Leave a Comment

Penn State Worthington Campus Scranton Interdependence Day Event

•September 9, 2014 • Leave a Comment

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Penn State Worthington Scranton   Interdependence Day Event

“The Moral Dimensions of Climate Control”

Friday, September 12 starting at 12 p.m. at the Sherbine Lounge Study Learning Center

Rabbi Dan Swartz of Temple Hesed, Scranton will speak on the work of Pennsylvania Interfaith Power and Light that does interfaith work across the state (with similar programs in 38 states) on the moral dimensions of climate change.

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Rabbi Dan Swartz of Temple Hesed, Scranton

The public is invited and for more information contact Susan Harper 570 963-2641