Tue, Nov 15|
Location is TBD
AC.THA 104 - Changing My Community: Using Kingian Nonviolence as a Framework for Social Change
Martin Luther King Jr. is one of the most famous activists of the past 100 years. He used nonviolent direct action, adapted from people like Gandhi, to bring about major change in the United States. Do these techniques work today?
Time & Location
Nov 15, 2022, 4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Location is TBD
About The Event
This workshop builds upon the courses Making Space to Hold Space, Nonviolent Communication Basics, and Listening Rather Than Force; however, there are no prerequisites for this course. Martin Luther King Jr. is one of the most famous activists of the past 100 years. He used nonviolent direct action, adapted from people like Gandhi, to bring about major change in the United States. Do these techniques work today? This workshop studies the principles and practices of Kingian Nonviolence, and imagines how they might be used to make change in our own communities.
This workshop is aimed at advocates, activists, volunteers, helping professionals, and anyone looking to make change in their community.
- Familiarize ourselves with the history of Kingian Nonviolence.
- Learn the 6 principles of Kingian Nonviolence.
- Learn the 6 practices or steps of Kingian Nonviolence.
- Apply the principles and practices to an issue the learner feels called to address.
Attendance to all three sessions is strongly recommended. Each session builds on the last.
November 1 2022 4-6 PM
November 8 2022 4-6 PM
November 15 2022 4-6 PM
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