Social Change Through Nonviolence

2635156As Mahatma Gandhi and Martin Luther King, Jr. have proven, social change through nonviolence is one of humanity’s most powerful forces.

Metta Center is offering a two-day workshop that will challenge participants to establish a deeper understanding of the role conflict plays in creative, action-oriented nonviolence.

Mica Stumpf and Peijman Kouretchian, nonviolence trainers at Metta Center, will guide you through understanding how nonviolence works, along with topics such as privilege, de-escalation and power dynamics in conflict. They will also discuss how these topics relate to recent protests.

Workshop Details

Dates: January 29 and 30, 2015

Time: 12-1:30pm PST

Location: Sonoma State University—on January 29, we’ll meet in Dry Creek Valley Room; on January 30, we’ll meet in Stevenson 2075

Download the workshop flier.

Learn more about Mica and Peijman on our Shanti Sena Workshops page.

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