International Association of Sufism’s Humanitarian Award 2021


On October 23, 2021, the International Association of Sufism’s held its 20th Annual Inspiration Event honoring Diane Cirincione-Jampolsky, Ph.D., the Founder and Executive Director of Attitudinal Healing International, and Kokomon Clottey and Aeeshah Clottey, the Co-Founders of Attitudinal Healing Connection, as well as posthumously Gerald Jampolsky, M.D., the Founder of Attitudinal Healing for their humanitarian work and community service. Dr. Nahid Angha, IAS’s Co-Director, presented each person with IAS’ 2021 Humanitarian Award and proclamations from U.S. Representative Jared Huffman and Oakland’s Mayor Libby Schaaf.

Dr. Ali Kianfar, IAS’s Co-Director, provided the opening remarks with deep appreciation for the award honorees. Speakers at the event who spoke to the honorees’ achievements and extraordinary service were Amana Harris, Executive Director, Attitudinal Healing Connection, past Annual Inspiration Dinner Honoree, Reverend Matthew Fox, and Andy Alpine, former Publisher of Common Ground.

IAS expresses its appreciation and deep respect for the life’s work and services of all four of these individuals and their inspiration to our local and global communities.

If you were unable to attend the event or want to experience it again, below is a recording of the event and links to the three videos that were presented in the event.

Event video

Other videos

“AHC: Attitudinal Healing Connection of Oakland California”

“Jerry Jampolsky- In Loving Memory”

“Young Oakland Superheroes Fight for Their Mural | KQED Arts”

 

 

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