Kingian Nonviolence Conflict Reconciliation
2 Day Introductory Workshop
When: Saturday & Sunday, April 21st & 22nd
10:00 AM – 6:00 PM on both dates
Where: Berkeley, CA. We will send you details after you register.
Registration: To register, please send your first and last name, email address and phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cost: In order to make this workshop accessible to all, we will not be charging a registration fee. However, a voluntary sliding-scale donations will be requested to cover the expenses of the training. No one will be turned away for lack of funds.
What: Kingian Nonviolence is a framework for transforming and reconciling conflict that was developed out of the teachings of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and the organizing strategies of the Civil Rights Movement. This training will address strategies and principles on how to respond to both interpersonal conflict as well as larger social conflicts.
Recently in Oakland and throughout this country, there have been a lot of discussions about the merits of nonviolence. However, there are a lot of misunderstandings about what people mean by the term “nonviolence.” Nonviolence is much more than simply “not being violent.” It is an active, aggressive force for personal and social change.
During this workshop, we will study the nature of human conflict, the roots of violence, the principles of nonviolence, and the “six steps of Kingian Nonviolence,” which will discuss the role of direct action, education, negotiation, and other steps critical in movement building.
Click HERE for more information on Kingian Nonviolence.
Please bring your own lunch.
Who: This training is being co-sponsored by the Positive Peace Warrior Network and the Nonviolence Caucus of Occupy Oakland.
- Kazu Haga, Level II Kingian Nonviolence Trainer, PPWN West Coast Coordinator, Program Director of the Peace Development Fund and co-founder of CURYJ.
- Jonathan Lewis, Senior Level Kingian Nonviolence Trainer, Lafayette & Associates & PPWN Founder.