One Common Unity’s Executive Director Hawah Kasat discusses peace education and the violence perpetuated by the school system upon the hearts and minds of the same students they are meant to uplift and inspire. In this particular video, he speaks about his early experiences working with DC youth, specifically with a focus on the Fly […]
My first summer in AmeriCorps where I first learned the term “Academic Violence” and the impact it’s having on our youth and society. This is Part Two of Seven. Special thanks to YogaVille for recording the video for this.
One of our greatest needs is to fit in and belong. We want to be loved and we want people to naturally welcome us into their social groups. One Common Unity’s Executive Director Hawah Kasat discusses peace education and the violence perpetuated by Racism as it can affect you as a child. This is Part […]
Hawah addresses how we continue to separate ourselves. If all faiths come together to understand that there are many paths to truth. It’s a key to building peace. This is Part Four of Seven. Special thanks to YogaVille for recording the video.
Violence is manifested in different ways. I recall visiting my grandparents in Mumbai in my youth. While confused by the economic disparities because of my age, I understood it wasn’t right. Economic injustice and global poverty are the greatest obstacles to world peace. This is Part Five of Seven. Special thanks to YogaVille for recording […]
We all belong here. This is Part Six of Seven. Special thanks to YogaVille for recording the video for this.
In this final video, One Common Unity’s Executive Director Hawah Kasat shares insights on activating our true potential now and embody who we are meant to be. True non-violence is refusing to allow hate into our hearts and to hate another. We can begin by forgiving ourselves and fixing the broken pieces within ourselves, and then […]
This statement and reflection was given by One Common Unity’s co-founder and executive director – Hawah Kasat. He recorded this approximately 28 days after the massacre and shooting in #Orlando took the lives of 50 people (we are counting the gunman too, as a human casualty), and days after Alton Sterling and Philando Castile were […]
HawaH produced this documentary film about a group of teenagers who board a bus for West Virginia, leaving the streets of Washington, DC to participate in an ambitious peace education program. For the first time in their lives Mark, Asha, Martha, and Corey play in mountain streams, sing under the stars, and confront the entrenched abuse, […]
Hawah discusses: Depression, Violence, School Shootings, Materialism, Youth Development, and Failing Education Systems… on an interview with “Real Talk” correspondent Omekongo Dibinga… Spring 2013.
The Poetry of Yoga is a contemporary book anthology, compiled and edited by artist, educator and poet HawaH. This 2 volume set compiles the poetic works of famous yogis and modern-living poetic voices from around the world. It is the kick-start of a modern day renaissance of Hafiz, Mirabai, and Rumi that expands the literary […]
This short biographical video takes you inside Hawah’s life, daily routine, philosophies, passions and dreams. It was created by Erin Weston as a final project for one of her graduate classes in Film at American University.