Johnny Lupinacci Delivers Indigo Talk

One of the core purposes of the Ikeda Center is to invite contemporary scholars into dialogue with the philosophy of our founder, Daisaku Ikeda, offering fresh perspectives on the principles that animate his work, and ours. In that spirit, on May 12, the Center hosted its second Indigo Talks lecture, featuring Dr. Johnny Lupinacci, Associate Professor of Cultural Studies and Social Thought in Education at Washington State University. In a talk called "Envisioning A Better World Together Through Value Creation, Interdependence, and Creative Coexistence," he urged us to look at the deepest dynamics at play in a world that is unbalanced in so many ways. The virtual event was attended by 134 people from 13 countries.

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