Fri, Apr 14|
All Saints Anglican Church - Parish Hall
AC.THA 104 - 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
Apr 14, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
All Saints Anglican Church - Parish Hall, 235 Rubidge St, Peterborough, ON K9J 3N9, Canada
About The Event
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.
April 14th 9 AM - 5 PM
All Saints Anglican Church, in the Parish Hall (235 Rubidge St. Peterborough ON). This location is accessible.
This course is 16+. If you are under 16 and interested in taking this course, please be in touch.
Gift economics is a different way of interacting with money and understanding what something is “worth.” In a Gift model, goods and services are not sold as they are in a market model of economics. Rather, they are given freely with no requirement of an exchange. We believe that the lessons and teachings we give and receive in our workshops are priceless.
At the same time, we do have needs as an organization operating within the current economic and social structures. Therefore, all participants in our community workshops are offered an opportunity to support our work. No one is required to give, and no amount is considered too small or too large. (Adapted from East Point Peace Academy)
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