Peaceable Power: Training for Nonviolent Action
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Come experience the power of nonviolent direct action. In a fun and hands-on workshop, participants will learn the strategies and methods of personal preparation that have been successful in movements for social justice -- from Gandhi's India, to Selma, to the Arab Spring and #BlackLivesMatter. How can organized, nonviolent movement address today's civil and human rights issues, such as mass incarceration in the U.S. and its impact on communities of color?

 

This is a project of Philosophy 345: The Civil Rights Movement. Free and open to the public. For more information, contact Andrew Blom (PHL/REL), blom1a@cmich.edu.
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Andrew Blom | Department of Philosophy and Religion | blom1a@cmich.edu | (989) 774-1881 https://www.cmich.edu/colleges/chsbs/events/Pages/default.aspx
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