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Watch and Join the Online CNV Skill-Building Webinar!

Posted by Ryan Hall
05.12.15

On Thursday May 12th, we held the first session of our Campaign Nonviolence Webinar! The next sessions are May 19th and 26th.  If you have not registered yet, click here.

To watch the first session on May 12th on Youtube, click here.

In John Dear’s article posted on the Huffington Post he wrote that “Every one of us has to start practicing nonviolence. If we all take up where Gandhi and King left off, we can build a new grassroots movement of nonviolence that will lead to a new culture of peace.”

This is what Campaign Nonviolence and these skill-building webinar sessions are all about, providing people everywhere the tools to start practicing nonviolence.

As a reminder, the next webinars will be held at 5pm Pacific/8pm Eastern on May 19 and 26 and will last 1½ hours. If you miss any sessions they will be on Youtube later and on our CNV Webinar page.

There are several ways to join the webinar. We’ve posted all the information about joining each session on our website here. When you visit that page you will see the PDF documents you can download for these sessions, how to either just watch the webinar or watch and submit questions, and finally the videos and links to each days session.

Click here to go to the CNV Webinar page.

We strongly recommend you read through the information on the CNV Webinar page, however if you’d like direct links to each webinar session, you can find them below:

May 12, 2015
May 19, 2015
May 26, 2015

If you are signed in to your google account and join the webinar through the links above (also found on the CNV Webinar page) you will be able to submit questions during the webinar via your computer keyboard. Keep in mind, this webinar will not display a video of yourself or transmit your audio, you can only participate by submitting questions via your keyboard.

If you have questions before the event email us at info@paceebene.org. Keep in mind, if you need help during the event we may not be able to assist you since we’ll be running the webinar.

Register here!  

Join and learn how to participate here!

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