Interfaith Paths to Peace

2500 Montgomery Street, Louisville, KY,  40212 |  (502) 214-7322   |  ​interfaithpaths@gmail.com

An America Without Immigrants:

Application & Implication

Nirupama Kulkarni, Esq.


When:  Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Time:  6:00 to 7:00 pm

Location:  Interfaith Paths to Peace, The Dolfinger, 2500 Montgomery Street, Louisville, KY 40212


REGISTRATION REQUIRED:  $10, Students $5 

Scholarships available email interfaithpathsinfo@gmail.com
​or call 502-214-7322 

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This session will focus on the current landscape of immigration law, and how we can help our community members who are affected by rapidly changing policies.


​Presented by Nima Kulkarni, an immigration attorney and advocate within the Louisville community.  She has practiced immigration law for eight years while educating the community on immigration-related issues through her non-profit, the New American Initiative.

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One Step Ahead of Hitler:

A Little Boy's Long Run Home

Fred Gross, Holocaust Survivor & Author


When:  Thursday, May 11

Time:  6:30 to 8:00 pm

Location:  Interfaith Paths to Peace, The Dolfinger, 2500 Montgomery Street, Louisville, KY 40212


REGISTRATION REQUIRED:  $15, Students $10 

Scholarships available email interfaithpathsinfo@gmail.com
​or call 502-214-7322 

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Fred Gross, a journalist, Holocaust survivor, educator, and peacemaker, knew much about the history of the Holocaust, but he didn't know his story, being a young Jewish child during those terrible years. He learned about his story years later from his family and the internet.

Join us to hear about his family's flight from the German invasion of Belgium and the Nazi policies that would become the Holocaust.  The tenuousness of memory took place in France during its defeat and collaboration with the Nazis, rounding up more than 75,000 Jews for deportation to the death camps.

Gross will share how he and his family made it through these anguished years because of their fortitude and ingenuity and the help of brave men and women of other faiths, reverently referred to as The Righteous Among the Nations, who risked their lives standing up to their collaborationist government.

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IPP offers our Spirituality U.  Education Series of non-credit classes on spirituality, religion, peacemaking, and other topics