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Tucson, AZ leads nonviolence workshop for CNV week of actions!

Posted by Ryan Hall
09.22.14

The Nonviolence Legacy Project lead a workshop titled Introduction to Kingian Nonviolence workshop in Tucson, Arizona Sept 20 & 21, 2014

The lead trainers are high school students who are all certified nonviolence trainers. The participants were a mixture of youth and adults coming together to learn about the principles and steps of nonviolence and apply those practices to their lives and to creating positive social change. About 25 people were directly impacted by this training and many more will undoubtedly receive the benefits of an increased commitment to peace & nonviolence. The training was part of Tucson’s Pathway to Peace celebration of the International Day of Peace.

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