One Journey Festival – Sharing the Language of Humanity!
Humanity Helping Sudan Project (HHSP) invites you to the One Journey Festival! A family-friendly event showcasing participants from different backgrounds and ethnicities as we celebrate our shared humanity.
The One Journey Festival is a social movement the first of what promises to be an annual celebration of unity, resilience, and accomplishment. This a grassroots coalition formed with the purpose of honoring the contributions of refugees within our society in order to build a movement to change the conversation and to move it forward. We are making a statement through compassion and empathy to fight the voices of fear and rejection toward refugees. It provides a poignant reminder that we are all one, and we all deserve a second chance, love, and acceptance from others.
Together, we’re honoring the contributions of refugees worldwide to change the conversations and stand in solidarity with our displaced sisters and brothers.
What to Expect?!
Diverse cultures will be highlighting their food, fashion, music, and dance all while celebrating refugee stories and talents of the “global marketplace”.
Meet and chat with refugees from Sudan, Iraq, Rwanda, and Mexico via Shared Studios’ immersive video technology.
Learn about refugees stories, knowledge and their daily struggles through their unique artwork and films.
Receive a full exposure to the state of global refugee affairs and gain firsthand insight into the life of a refugee.
& So Much More!
We are so excited to lend our support by serving 734 Coffee to 3,000+ participants at this inaugural event! Find us there and come say hi!
This festival is a free event, taking place on Saturday, June 2, 2018, on the grounds of the Washington National Cathedral from 11:00 AM to 6:00 pm. Please visit www.onejourneyfestival.com to receive your free ticket.
Be part of the journey and unite with us for a safer world!