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Seattle, WA Training and Action Photos and Videos

Posted by Ryan Hall
09.19.17

On Saturday September 16, 2017 Pax Christi Northwest in collaboration with the Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action hosted educator, writer, advocate for nonviolent change and one of the co-founders of Campaign Nonviolence, Ken Butigan, for the Campaign Nonviolence Week of Actions.

He led a morning nonviolence training and participated in a two-mile peace march through Seattle. On Sunday he spoke at the Seattle University Chapel to promote peace and nonviolence. Below are various videos and photos from the weekend’s events.

 

Ken Butigan starting the Seattle Nonviolence Training.

An exercise during the Seattle Nonviolence Training to practice talking and listening to those we disagree with called CLARA (Center, Learn, Articulate, Receive, Accomplish)

Peace March in Seattle

Peace March in Seattle

Photos from the Training and Peace March:

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