Gandhi’s legacy conference brings peace leaders and performers from around the world

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Gandhi’s legacy conference brings peace leaders and performers from around the world

As part of a series of events in commemoration of the 150th birthday of Gandhi’s birth, Fresno State is hosting several events to celebrate his life and legacy through intellectual and activist analyses, a classical Indian music concert and an interfaith prayer event on Oct. 10 and 11 at at the Alice Peters Auditorium (Peters Business building, Room 191), the Satellite Student Union and the Wahlberg Recital Hall (Music building, Room 183).

The two-day “Gandhi’s Global Legacy International Conference” features a schedule of scholars and thinkers, including keynote speeches by Rev. James Lawson, Jr., Dolores Huerta, Nipun Mehta and Fresno State alumnus Ramsey Jay, Jr. This conference is generously supported by J.P. and Renu Sethi Foundation and the Uberoi Foundation for Religious Studies. Parking is $5 for all events before 4 p.m. on Friday in lots P5 and P6.

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