Faces of Compassion - Larry Muhammad, finding commonality through words





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Published on Mar 14, 2017

Playwright and producer of African-American history plays for the Kentucky Black Repertory Theater as well as urban themed shows for his production company Cisco Montgomery. kyblackrep@gmail.com

“You have to come to it with an open mind and an open heart and try to see both sides especially when people are hurting. You know, they tell us in journalism school comfort the afflicted and afflict the comfortable. This is what our mission was, to go out there and make things right.”

COMPASSION: Shining like the Sun, April 19-22, 2017, Louisville, KY

THE 22nd ANNUAL FESTIVAL OF FAITHS is a nationally acclaimed multifaith festival of music, poetry, art and dialogue with internationally renowned spiritual leaders, practitioners and teachers.

The 2017 Festival will explore cultivating compassion in our current economic systems, in world affairs and in ourselves. The Festival offers a platform for conversations on meaning and serves as an honest broker and stakeholder in dialogue around authentic compassion.

Production: David Boone, Chad Haverly and Amanda Beam
Music provided by Appalatin.


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