Category Archives: Interfaith Peace

  1. iCHANGE NATIONS ESTABLISHES INDIGENOUS AFFAIRS DEPARTMENT

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    October 31, 2014 by Dr. Brian Williams

    Dr. Brian Williams Vice President of iChange Nations™, establishes indigenous relations with world cultures in support of knowledge, protocol and etiquette …
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  2. TOP PEACE ACTIVIST TO BE PATRON OF ICHANGE NATIONS™

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    September 30, 2014 by Dr. Brian Williams

    Dr. Clyde Rives, President of iChange Nations™ has officially asked Ambassador Mussie Hailu to be the Patron for iChange Nations™. …
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  3. Elite Global Alumni presents Life of Honor Award to Ambassador Clyde Rivers

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    September 30, 2014 by Dr. Brian Williams

    Dr. Brian Williams Vice President of iChange Nations™ and it’s Elite Global Alumni presents the Life of Honor Award to …
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  4. Impacting the Nations through a Religious Perspective

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    July 3, 2014 by Dr. Brian Williams

    iChange Nations™ impacts the Family Research Counsel by bringing a unique perspective about God and Government as Rev. Pierre Bynum Chaplain …
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  5. From Dreaming to Becoming with Dr. Phinehas Kinuthia

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    June 3, 2014 by Dr. Brian Williams

    Dr.Phinehas Kinuthia, humanitarian, author of the book, From Dreaming to Becoming, and a native Kenyan was awarded the Golden Rule International …
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  6. National Native American Heritage Month

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    November 20, 2013 by Dr. Brian Williams

    Presidential Proclamation – National Native American Heritage Month, November 2013 In support of the Golden Rule “ TREAT OTHERS THE …
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  7. Unveiling the Golden Rule to North America

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    November 14, 2013 by Dr. Brian Williams

    iChange Nations™ is in support of the Dr. Mussie Hailu & Interfaith Peace-Building Initiative to the United Nations in New …
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