A crowd is coming to Loyola University in the Rogers Park neighborhood Thursday for a talk by the Dalai Lama.
The second day begins in Chicago Tuesday for the first ever World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates in the United States.
Former presidents and peace activists were in Chicago Monday for the 12th World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates.
The Dalai Lama will make his sixth visit to Chicago – and his second in less than a year – for a talk on non-violence at Loyola University next spring.
“Be kind whenever possible and it is always possible.” That’s a quote from The Dalai Lama, a man whose philosophy of tolerance earned him The Nobel Peace Prize. It’s a philosophy that had roughly 7,000 people visiting the University of Illinois at Chicago on Sunday to witness his teachings in person.
The Dalai Lama returns to Chicago this weekend to address crowds at the UIC Pavilion and Millennium Park.
The Dalai Lama is returning to Chicago this summer, to deliver a public talk and conversation.