It has been a little over 30 days since I started the One Film 9/11 interfaith initiative. This last week has been probably the most productive since the initiative started, so I figured now is a good time to give you the latest news.
The biggest breakthrough is that both the U.S. Embassy in London and the Department of South Asia at S.O.A.S. – University of London have agreed to host a One Film 9/11 event as well as a screening of Journey into America. You can find out more details about these events here.
In other news, the article I wrote for the Pakistan Link has been translated into Urdu, which makes it easier for me to reach non-English speaking people in Pakistan. Additionally, the Journey into America You Tube channel recently passed the 400,000 video view mark. You can visit the channel here.
I also want to alert you to an important post I wrote which explains why joining the One Film 9/11 may be of interest to you. I have laid out five reasons why I think you should join our Facebook page and kindly asked you to join. I hope that you do.
The last thing I want to share with you is this lovely message from a young Baha’i woman from Dublin. Check out her warm words for One Film 9/11.
It looks like Common Ground News Service will be publishing another one of my articles in the next few weeks. They have a huge global audience, so this bodes well for our outreach.
If you have any ideas or thoughts, please don’t hesitate to drop a comment or message on the One Film 9/11 blog.