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Tue, Mar 07



Kingian Nonviolence & Conflict Reconciliation Workshop

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Time & Location

Mar 07, 2023, 6:00 PM MST – Apr 25, 2023, 7:30 PM MST


About the event

When is the   time right for you to change the world?    The time is always right to do what is right. - Martin L. King, Jr.

Introduction to Kingian Nonviolence and Conflict Reconciliation Workshop

Dates/Times 8 Sessions: March 7, 14, 21, 28, April 4, 11, 18, 25. All sessions are 6:00pm – 7:30pm AZ MST/PT

                                                    Plus 4 hours of self-study and reflection


Our world has changed and now more than ever, we all need to focus on a positive PEACE and NONVIOLENCE. Would you like to live in a world that is at peace, where people respond to injustice and conflict Nonviolently? Come to the workshop. Discover ways that will help you and others find another way. This interactive and inspirational training introduces how Nonviolence is a courageous way of life and a powerful strategy for inner peace and uplifting our community. Emphasis is given to the six principles and six steps of Nonviolence according to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Expected outcomes:

1. Have knowledge of the principles and steps of Kingian Nonviolence.

2. Have knowledge that peace building can happen during conflict and as ongoing relational maintenance.

3. Identify ways to apply the knowledge gained in outcomes #1 and #2.

Location    Zoom Meeting


hassan clement first got involved with Kingian Nonviolence, not to change the world, but to change   himself. Now, hassan has a Language and Methodology to enact change and   movement towards the Beloved Community. he is certified as a Level III Kingian Nonviolence trainer by Dr. Bernard   LaFayette, Jr. and is a collective member of the Nonviolence Legacy Program. hassan   is working with the Amphi Neighborhood Association for tenant rights.

Mark A.   Westfall-Klym, MPA is certified by the University of Rhode Island, Center for   Nonviolence and Peace Studies as a Level II Kingian Nonviolence Trainer. He   has over 25 years’ experience in violence prevention programs, is on the board   of the Culture of Peace Alliance and a co-founder of the Phoenix Peace Builders   (PPB). PPB helps communities heal from   generations of trauma through positive change within and without.

Cost:  This event is offered on a gift economy basis where everyone is welcome regardless of financial status. During the training, the facilitators will explain gift economics and share the cost of producing the course. No fee is required, but donations are gratefully accepted. Some people can donate, some cannot, some raise the funds.  Donate here.

Questions? Call Mark 602.799.4572 or email


  • 1 hour 30 minutes

    Evening 1

  • 1 hour 30 minutes

    Evening 2

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