Our mission is to help communities heal from generations of trauma by creating positive change from within. We promote the principles of Kingian Nonviolence and conflict resolution.
SIX KINGIAN NONVIOLENCE STEPS.
Kingian Nonviolence is a philosophy of conflict reconciliation in the tradition of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr, and the organizing strategies of the Civil Rights Movement. It is a holistic view of conflict that includes the study and analysis of conflict, the principles of nonviolence and (how to transform conflict, as well as the steps of nonviolence and how to engage with conflict.
Kingian Non-Violence teaches its students essential skills to confront injustice in a nonviolent manner. It provides a conflict resolution structure rooted in the best aspects of philosophers and spiritual leaders such as Gandhi, Tolstoy, Dr. King, and others who promote The Beloved Community.
Raúl S. Monreal, Jr.
"I am a strong supporter of the training and would like to see this training be part of our
curriculum and training for all employees and students."
- Associate Dean of Student Development,
South Mountain Community College
Caitlin B. Flaherty
experience was unique, refreshing, educational and, deeply inspiring. It is easy to see that this
work, having begun many years ago, will hugely impact the way every day citizens show up in
their individual lives."
- Executive Director, AZ Dept. of Peace Campaign
G. David DeLozier
“I strongly feel this training in Kingian Nonviolence should be made available to lawyers for continuing legal education. It should be required for graduation in the curriculum of all high schools, community colleges and universities.”
- P.C., Attorneys at Law