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2022 Indigo Talk | Envisioning A Better World Together Through Value Creation, Interdependence, and Creative Coexistence
Please join us for our upcoming Indigo Talk with Dr. Johnny Lupinacci, Associate Professor of Cultural Studies and Social Thought in Education at Washington State University!

"Envisioning A Better World Together Through Value Creation, Interdependence, and Creative Coexistence"

In his virtual talk, Dr. Lupinacci will examine key themes in Daisaku Ikeda’s 2022 peace proposal through the lens of his own work as a teacher and teacher educator. He will explore Ikeda’s concepts of value creation, interdependence, and creative coexistence as a way to bring forth hope and joy in these times of suffering. Through his presentation, Dr. Lupinacci aims to use this current moment as an opportunity to recognize the power of our connections and to envision a better world together.

Launched in 2021, Indigo Talks features renowned intellectuals in dialogue with enduring works by Center founder Daisaku Ikeda. Just as items repeatedly dyed with indigo turn bluer than the indigo itself, the Chinese allegory of the indigo plant exemplifies the impact learning has on deepening one’s wisdom, courage, and compassion.

May 12, 2022 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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