CAN RELIGION HEAL THE WORLD? Context goes to the Parliament of the World's Religions

Wednesday on Context we ask, “can religion heal the world?” at the Parliament of the World’s Religions in Toronto.

Special guests include:

Irwin Cotler, human rights activist, on why genocides keep happening even though we say “never again.”

Dr. James Lawson, civil rights activist and friend of Martin Luther King, on the state of America today.

International British author Karen Armstrong, ethics professor and founder of the Charter for Compassion, on how to address the immigration crisis.

Miguel de la Torre, author of The US Immigration Crisis: Towards an Ethics of Place, describes his own personal experience coming to America as an undocumented migrant.

And Wilson Chowdhry, a humanitarian who is fighting for the freedom of Asia Bibi and the fight for her faith in Pakistan.

Don’t miss this special coverage from the Parliament of the World’s Religions – Wednesday at 8 p.m. on YES TV and 7:30 a.m. Sunday on Global TV Parliament of the World’s Religions 

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