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WQEG 98.3 FM

City of License:
Chicago, IL

Owner:
Sound Of Hope Radio Nfp

WQEG is a low-power FM radio station broadcasting at 98.3 MHz. The station is licensed to Chicago, IL.

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1-15-2020: For Immediate Distribution - Media Release From The Parliament of World's Religions, 70 E Lake St #230, Chicago, IL 60601 Chicago to Celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the United Nations World Interfaith Harmony Week For More Information Please Contact: Miriam Quezada, Communication & Program Manager miriam@parliamentofreligions.org 312-971-3096 CHICAGO, IL (January 13, 2020) – The Parliament of the World’s Religions is partnering with Chicago-based interfaith organizations and communities of faith and spirituality to host a public interfaith fair in observance of the 10th Anniversary of the United Nations World Interfaith Harmony Week. World Interfaith Harmony Week (WIHW) provides a platform—one week per year—when all interfaith groups and other groups of goodwill host events during the first week of February to help neighbors of different faiths get to know each other and build a foundation for more peaceful and friendly communities. Background on the U.N. World Interfaith Harmony Week: It is based on an United Nations General Resolution A/65/PV.34 for a worldwide week of interfaith harmony. It was proposed in 2010 by HM King Abdullah II and HRH Prince Ghazi bin Muhammad of Jordan and has been celebrated annually by organizations and communities around the world. The Chicago Interfaith Fair will be hosted on Thursday, February 6th from 12pm - 6pm at the historic Chicago Cultural Center, 78 E Washington St, 2nd Floor, G.A.R Hall & Rotunda, Chicago, IL 60602. Featuring the participation of Chicago-based interfaith organizations, programming, art, and exhibits. The fair is organized in partnership with Faith In Place , Interfaith Youth Core , OMNIA Institute for Contextual Leadership , Spiritual Playdate , the Niagara Foundation , the Interfaith Community for Detained Immigrants and the Interreligious Institute at Chicago Theological Seminary. Individuals, groups, communities of faith & spirituality, and organizations in the Chicagoland and surrounding suburbs are invited to get involved by proposing a program, exhibiting at the fair and volunteering with the Parliament. Proposals and exhibits should emphasize the importance of interfaith harmony and its relationship to the community. Visit parliamentofreligions.org/chicago2020 for details. The Chicago Interfaith Fair is made possible with the support of a grant from the John Templeton Foundation. For more information about the Parliament of the World’s Religions and World Interfaith Harmony Week, please visit www.parliamentofreligions.org/WIHW. Follow the Parliament on twitter @InterfaithWorld and Instagram @InterfaithWorld and like them on Facebook. Background On: The Parliament of the World’s Religions The Parliament of the World’s Religions cultivates harmony among the world’s spiritual traditions and fosters their engagement with guiding institutions in order to achieve a more peaceful, just and sustainable world. Its origins are rooted to the 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition in Chicago, where the historic first convening of the World Parliament of Religions created a global platform for engagement of religions of the east and west. Headquartered in Chicago, Il, USA, the Parliament of the World’s Religions is an international 501c3 NGO affiliated to the United Nations Department of Public Information. The Parliament manages various programs throughout the year and hosts the world’s premier interfaith convening in cities across the globe. Past Parliaments have convened nearly 50,000 people across the world in Chicago, IL, USA; Cape Town, South Africa; Barcelona, Spain; Melbourne, Australia; Salt Lake City, USA; and Toronto, Canada. ATTN News Director: The Parliament does have individuals we can make available for interviews to use in a news segment if you'd like to get more background on the event and the ways in which this is celebrated across the world. Also, if you'd like to come to the event to cover it or interview attendees, please let us know so that our staff can provide you with assistance for set up and connecting with people.
By: Miriam Quezada on January 16, 2020

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