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Owensboro, KY Nonviolence Training in the News!

Posted by Ryan Hall
01.26.18

On January 20, 2018 Pace e Bene trainer Josie Setzler led a nonviolence training in Owensboro, KY.  This event helped kick off the work organizers like Mary Danhauer are doing there with the Nonviolent Cities Project, turning Owensboro into Nonviolent Owensboro!  See the news report from a local tv station below.

Also read a reflection from the training by attendee Scott Vander Ploeg, Ph.D. posted in a local newspaper and another article from the Messenger-Inquirer.

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