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May 23, 2017

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Tuesday, May 23, 2017

All Day Declaration of the Bab

Baha’is around the world celebrate the day on which The Bab (the Gate) declared his mission as a messenger of God

Baha’is view The Báb as a Messenger who had a role that can be likened to John The Baptist (who told of the coming of Christ) in heralding the coming of the latest Manifestation of God: Baha’u’llah, founder of the Baha’i faith.

All Day Madrid Campus: Arrival date for ALL SUMC summer students. SUMC housing opens.
Madrid Campus: Arrival date for ALL SUMC summer students.

SUMC housing opens.
8:15 AM - 10:15 AM Moakley Breakfast- "Immigration Policy: What is Good for America?"

The Moakley Breakfast Forum Series, now in its ninth year, promotes the spirit of community engagement and public service across Suffolk University’s campus and the greater Boston community by promoting dialogue on important public policy issues of local, state, and national interest. This year’s Breakfast Forum“Immigration Policy: What is Good for America?”
is a timely and relevant topic in light of recent federal action on immigration. The forum will include a keynote from Mary Truong, executive director, Massachusetts Office for Refugees and Immigrants, and a panel of thought leaders representing a range of perspectives, who will discuss the current administration’s immigration agenda from an economic policy perspective as well as a social justice/social service perspective. 

 

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