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The 2021-2022 Shinnyo Fellows have begun walking their paths to peace!

  For the well-being of all involved, this year’s Shinnyo Fellows’ Orientation was held virtually again on July 29. It is heartbreaking that the COVID-19 pandemic has been affecting...

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Hope for the Future: Voices of the Decade – the New Mexico Interfaith Immersion Trip

Photos from New Mexico, courtesy of Deacon Steve Herrera, Co-director of the Teen Interfaith Leadership Council of Santa Clara County We are proud to announce the release of the...

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Addressing the Climate Crisis through the UN Sustainable Development Goals

Contributed by Sydney Cheung, Shinnyo Fellow, Chapman University In May 2020, I graduated from Chapman University with a major in Environmental Science and Policy, and was awarded the Shinnyo...

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Seeking a Deeper Connection with My Community

Contributed by Leticia Ruiz, Shinnyo-en Hawaii Youth Association This year, we were delighted to support Leticia Ruiz, a Shinnyo-en Youth leader from Hawaii, to participate in the 32nd National Service-Learning...

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In Oneness with the Elk Grove Village Community: First Ever Shinnyo-en Chicago Virtual Family Service Event!

Contributed by Jennifer Kimiko Uchikawa, Chicago Youth Association   On February 27, 2021, thanks to the support of local community members together with Shinnyo- en Foundation, we were able...

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The United Nations’ Interfaith Harmony Week 2021: The 17th Annual Inter-Religious Prayer Service in Westchester County, New York

By Qalvy Grainzvolt This year’s observance of the U.N. Interfaith Harmony Week on February 7, 2021 was the first-time in 17 years that we, the Westchester County, NY cohort, gathered...

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Our Support to the Children and Families in the Five Shinnyo-en USA Temple Communities during the COVID-19 Pandemic

As sweeping measures to halt the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic were undertaken across the United States, schools were closed, activities and events were cancelled, and distance learning and...

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