RCE Salisbury Hosts Lecture with the Grandson of Mahatma Gandhi, Dr. Arun Gandhi

RCE Salisbury hosted a virtual lecture with the grandson of Mahatma Gandhi, Dr. Arun Gandhi, entitled 'How is Anger a Gift', on 20 April, 2021 at 6:00 pm, EDT. This lecture was part of the annual 'One Person Can Make a Difference Lecture Series' from the host RCE Salisbury, the Bosserman Center for Conflict Resolution.

Dr. Arun Gandhi revealed his personal journey of self-discovery and struggles in learning to express his emotions and harness the power of anger to bring about good. He described ten extraordinary life lessons from his grandfather - one of the most important and influential philosophers and peace activists of the twentieth century - Mahatma Gandhi.

Dr. Arun Gandhi is a Senior Practitioner and Spiritual Guide at the Bosserman Center for Conflict Resolution: http://bossermancenter.com/people/arun-gandhi/.

Over four hundred and fifty participants and twenty-eight countries were represented at the event, with many RCEs from all over the world in attendance. The Co-Directors of RCE Salisbury, Dr. Brittany Foutz and Dr. Brian Polkinghorn would like to thank everyone who was there in attendance, including the global RCE family, and the support of the Fulton School of Liberal Arts and the Department of Conflict Analysis and Dispute Resolution at Salisbury University. For more information regarding the Department and its Master of Arts in Conflict Analysis and Dispute Resolution Program, see: https://www.salisbury.edu/explore-academics/programs/graduate-degree-programs/cadr-masters/.

A recording of the event can be found on the Bosserman Center for Conflict Resolution's YouTube page.

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