Liberation: A Quest For A New Humanism

“Liberation: A Quest For A New Humanism.” AUTHOR:
Dr. Hashim El- Tinay,
International Peace Quest Institute (IPQI).


We are exceedingly pleased to announce the release into the world literary market of the book, “Liberation: A Quest For A New Humanism,” written by Dr. Hashim El- Tinay, a renowned peace advocate and Founder/President, The International Peace Quest Institute (IPQI).

Dually an African story of revolution, exile and hope; and a seeker’s quest for freedom, justice and peace, the book stands firmly on a foundation rooted in the human spirit of Love, Peace and Dignity, and the virtue of leading by example.
Rich in snippets of the author’s future memoir, it depicts his childhood as a peaceful herdsman in his native Sudan, his early inclination towards community service, and his early quest for advocacy for the defenseless and the voiceless.
The thesis of the book is that all people, regardless of race, class, religion, ideology, gender, and sexual orientation are by birth, and by default, hostage to their circumstances, and that governments and governance models appear to be bewildered by the ever increasing human complexity and are becoming too inefficient and corrupt to adequately serve the people’s interests.
Whence the author’s call for grassroots civic education, and for a peaceful liberation from this state of siege to usher in an awakening of the human spirit and the emergence of a new humanism in the 21st Century.
In the belief that the peace-centered vision that he has for humanity is primarily rooted in African spirituality, the author hopes to deepen dialogue, raise awareness, increase consciousness, challenge the dominant paradigm, and ultimately contribute to an awakening of the dormant human spirit, all in a hope to approach a more reconciled, peaceful and joyous New World.‚Äč

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HRH Yomi Garnett, MD
Strategic Communications Advisor International Peace Quest Institute (IPQI) 725 24th Street NW
Foggy Bottom,
Washington DC 20037-2508