March 28, 2016 - March 30, 2016
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Rochester Friends Meeting House
84 Scio St.
Rochester, NY, 14604
Are you interested in exploring applied nonviolence?
Join us for our 2016 Spring Nonviolence Intensive!
Monday-Wednesday, March 28-30th
10 am-5 pm each day
This experience is designed for social workers, students, teachers, activists, people of faith and any individual interested in the principles and practices of social change through nonviolence.
During the workshop, participants will learn:
-how to shift conflicts by listening for underlying values,
-how to navigate the world with humility and self-reflection upon one’s rank and privilege,
-how to use rank and privilege to facilitate just and equitable social change,
-how to reconnect to hope and energy for social change, in spite of personal and societal challenges, drawing on the Work that Reconnects (from teacher and author Joanna Macy)
The Intensive will be interactive with a focus on group-based learning. We will combine individual reflection with small group learning each day, engaging our heads and hearts.
Nutritious snacks will be provided each day; please pack your own lunch.
Only 15 Spots Available! Please register here.