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CARP NJIT talks Family in Change Starts With Me Event

CARP NJIT talks Family in Change Starts With Me Event

CARP NJIT hosted an event on April 26th to discuss how families are a school of love and investing into those relationships lead to overall fulfillment and success! Over 70 people attended the event including faculty, administration, and local community members.

CARP LA Joins ACLC Outreach to Christian Churches for Rally

CARP LA Joins ACLC Outreach to Christian Churches for Rally

On Sunday, November 18th, CARP LA participated in an event hosted by the American Clergy Leadership Conference (ACLC) in partnership with Bishop Noel Jones and the City of Refuge in Gardena, CA.

This year, CARP LA helped with outreach to different churches to invite them to this year’s event titled Christianity in Crisis. CARP LA’s involvement was part of practicing CARP’s values of bringing people together and going beyond ethnic, racial, religious, and denominational lines. For ACLC, involving CARP brought a youthful spirit to these churches which suffer a declining number of young people attending every year.

CARP UB Joins Conversation on "Ghosts, Goblins and the Great Beyond"

CARP UB Joins Conversation on "Ghosts, Goblins and the Great Beyond"

In the spirit of the season of Halloween and the increased interest in the “Other World,” CARP at the University of Bridgeport (UB) supported the Unification Campus Ministry to sponsor an Interfaith Forum of the Afterlife (Life after Life) on October 29 at UB campus. Together with the Muslim Student Association, Indian Student Association, CARP and Unification Campus Ministry, almost 50 people attended the event.

Cypress Colloquium Bridges Hopes of Professor and Student

Cypress Colloquium Bridges Hopes of Professor and Student

“I believe that this [event] will propel us forward in creating a more supportive community for professors and students on campus. I think it helped us to get on the same page in regards to our vision for an ideal classroom and campus community.” - Harumi Muranaka, CARP CSULB President