God, Guns & Other Prejudices

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Martin Luther King fits Christians and Muslims today: "People fail to get along because they fear each other. They fear each other because they don't know each other.

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They don't know each other because they have not communicated with each other. Fear to hate.

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Hate to violence. Violence to war. War to isolation.

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Peace is not just the absence of war, but the presence of harmony. Khani offered two acronyms as guides for the way forward. The first: L. Open your heart. Visit each other's worship places and homes. Explore together the Bible and the Qur'an.

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The second: C. Accept each other. Reach out to each other and restore relationships. Engage and expand your reach to grow, not to control. In a following presentation, Dr.

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The sacred Council now pleads with all to forget the past, and urges that a sincere effort be made to achieve mutual understanding and to preserve as well as to promote together for the benefit of all humankind social justice and moral welfare, as well as peace and freedom" no. We want to allow a new relationship to be formed, said Dr. K eith Haring was everywhere in the s. You could wear him on your lapel. He was in all the galleries and nightclubs and he invaded your house. Haring was joyous, riotous, funny and angry , this gawky skinny kid with the glasses and a Sharpie pen.

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And then he was gone, dead at 31 from Aids-related illness in Now he fills the top floor of Tate Liverpool and the gallery shop. His little bouncy figures climb the columns in the cafe. There are videos of early student performance works and projected images of the 80s New York club scene. And always there were the drawings, from early, art-school abstractions and filmed performances, drawings made in public on the subway for Haring, drawing was a kind of performance art and drawings often used as posters, protesting against apartheid, railing against religious intolerance and bigotry, homophobia and racism.

He celebrated Coming Out Day and had a chirpy cartoon condom promote safe sex. Haring made a great deal out of what appears an extremely limited lexicon of forms and a basic, though singular, style. But the show is full of variety, for one thing in the way Haring kept complicating and developing his bestiary.

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He presented his painted drawings in a UV-lit gallery basement, against walls striped red and yellow, with blasting music. He drew stories and parables, cheeky same-sex couplings, almost medieval scenes of torture, torments, monsters, Bosch-like penis-beings, choking cockerels, angels and maggots, flying skulls and tiny humans ripped apart. His later work in a career lasting barely a decade teems with life and death, pluggings and unpluggings, gods and demons.

What began with wry smiles, as a buoyant, seemingly benign art, ended up heaving with malevolence.