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World Hindu Council of America to Hold Threads 2019 Conference in Boston November 1 to 3


on 2019/5/23 11:07:07 ( 591 reads )

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NATICK, MASSACHUSETTS, May 23, 2019 (Press Release): The World Hindu Council of America is pleased to announce THREADS 2019, a unique conference with one audacious goal: To tell the story of the Hindu American. It is a conference which focuses on inclusion and collaboration and showcases the strength of unity in diversity. Hindus immigrated to America from all corners of the world, and today are deeply interwoven in the fabric of America. They have enriched America with many far-ranging contributions in such diverse fields as science, technology, entrepreneurship, medicine, holistic living, education, arts, public service and journalism.

It is time to chronicle the story of their integration and contributions and pay tribute to America for embracing them with open arms as they fulfill their aspirations of life, liberty and pursuit of happiness in this land of opportunity. THREADS 2019 will bring together accomplished Hindu Americans from diverse fields to share their stories and journeys, to appreciate the opportunities offered to them by their adopted country, and to engage with each other and explore ideas for brighter and better future for all Americans.

THREADS 2019 will be held on November 1-3, 2019 in Boston, MA. For more information, please visit: www.threads2019.org. There will be keynote speeches, panel discussions, enlightening talks and poster presentations. The 8 theme areas are: Science & Technology, Education, Arts & Literature, Public Service & Advocacy, Industry & Commerce, Medicine, Holistic Living, Service & Philanthropy

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