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Always be prepared to deal with violence with Nonviolence. At home, with friends, at work, or in the community. It’s obvious that guns don’t work. We have the most open gun laws among wealthy nations and the most violence. Having inner peace and knowing how to de-escalate provides the best protection. It is the best hope for the Beloved Community. 

TOOLS TO BUILD THE BELOVED COMMUNITY.

Our workshops center around the concepts of Indigeneity and Kingian Nonviolence. Indigeneity is a lifestyle that focuses less on controlling our environment and enjoying what we have. It requires long term thinking and considers the long-term consequences of our actions today on the generations to come. Moreover, indigeneity suggests working and living in cooperation with others rather than attempting to dominate them.​

Kingian Non-Violence teaches it's students very important skills to confront injustice in a nonviolent manner. It provides a structure for conflict resolution that is rooted in the best aspects of philosophers and spiritual leaders such as Gandhi, Tolstoy, Dr. King, and others who promote The Beloved Community.

REGISTER FOR A WORKSHOP BY RSVP'ING BELOW.

  • Sat, Sep 23
    Tucson
    Sep 23, 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM
    Tucson, 200 E Yavapai Rd, Tucson, AZ 85705, USA
    200 E. Yavapai Rd., Tucson, AZ 85705, 10am – 1pm. Free Food Potluck, Literacy Connects, Cyclovia Tucson. Free and open to all. For more info contact cyclovia@livingstreetsalliance.org.
  • Mon, Sep 25
    Zoom
    Sep 25, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM
    Zoom
    by Mark Klym with New Hampshire Peace Action. Zoom. 4:00pm – 5:00pm AZ MST/PT
  • Thu, Sep 28
    Tucson
    Sep 28, 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM
    Tucson, 200 E Yavapai Rd, Tucson, AZ 85705, USA
    Amphi Neighborhood Association with the Ward 3 Council Office and Old Pueblo Community Services is having a 90 min information/education session. 6:00pm – 7:30pm. Free Food Pot Luck at 5:30pm. All are welcome. Seeking tenants who will be trained to be advocates.
  • Sat, Oct 07
    Tucson
    Oct 07, 7:00 PM – Oct 08, 7:00 PM
    Tucson, 900 S Randolph Way, Tucson, AZ 85716, USA
    JOIN WITH THE ARIZONA POOR PEOPLE’S CAMPAIGN TO RECOGNIZE A SOLIDARITY OF VOICES, A NATIONAL CALL for MORAL REVIVAL, in-person, Gene C Reid Park, 900 Randolph Way, Tucson, AZ 85716, Ramada #1. For more info email arizona@poorpeoplescampaign.org
  • Sun, Oct 29
    Tucson
    Oct 29, 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
    Tucson, Amphi, Tucson, AZ, USA
    Downtown Amphi. Car-Free Streets for walking, biking, playing and all out fun! 9am – 3pm.
  • Introduction to Kingian Nonviolence and Conflict Reconciliation Workshop
    Introduction to Kingian Nonviolence and Conflict Reconciliation Workshop

Kingian Nonviolence & Conflict Reconciliation

12 - 16 hour workshop

Peace Building and Indigeneity

2 hour workshop

Building the Beloved Community

2 hour Workshop

Learn new ways to resolve conflicts and build a stronger community in today’s divisive world. This interactive training. introduces how Nonviolence is a courageous way of life and a powerful strategy for uplifting our community.

This workshop is designed to encourage a more collaborative work or home environment by discussing concepts of Indigeneity and Peace Building

In this interactive and inspirational training Participants learn practical steps for using Compassionate Conflict Resolution for today’s challenges within and without.

Healing From Racial Trauma Affinity Circles

4 sessions, 2 – 3 hours each

Peace Circles & Conflict Reconciliation

7 hour Workshop

Movie Experience + Discussions

2 – 3 hour Workshop

Within safe, brave spaces, These circles help participants explore sensitive topics such as White Privilege; the history of dehumanization; intention to have an open heart, mind and be anti-racist as a way of life.

Peace Circles, developed and used in Native American cultures, make it possible for civil dialogue to happen. We have taken this concept and developed a new approach to Peacemaking.

This program features lively discussions centered around a variety of “Hot Topics” that are of concern to people in today’s divisive world. Come discuss, ask questions and listen to differing views after watching a thought-provoking movie.

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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 reconciliation, and with your help, more people can learn these powerful tools that bring lasting peace.

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"This training has been a great experience that I would highly recommend to others. With everything that is going on in our world today people think it’s impossible to lead a nonviolent life, but this training has taught me otherwise."

- Nestaho Kahsai

College Freshman

This event is very worthwhile. Nonviolence changed my life and the way I deal with conflict. This event gets doctor's 
approval from me! 
Highly  recommended!!!!

- Artemis Parvati Naturopathic Doctor

“I hope you'll want to take this two day workshop.
It's the real deal on how Martin Luther King, Jr. and those brave people from the 1960's who helped end segregation did it.”

- Joy Marx Mendoza

Chrysalis Domestic Violence Shelter

"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."

- Raúl S. Monreal, Jr.

Associate Dean of Student Development,
South Mountain Community College

"The presentation
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."

Caitlin B. Flaherty

Executive Director, AZ Dept.

of Peace Campaign

“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.”

G. David DeLozier

 P.C., Attorneys at Law

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