Registration for the March 24-25 Workshop in Kingian Nonviolence

AS OF FEBRUARY 20, REGISTRATION IS NOW FULL FOR THIS WORKSHOP.

IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO BE PLACED ON THE WAIT LIST FOR THIS WORKSHOP, GO AHEAD AND COMPLETE THIS FORM AND WE WILL LET YOU KNOW WHERE YOU ARE ON THE WAIT LIST. If you have questions, contact Kathryn Maly nonviolence.seattle@gmail.com


In order to ensure a high-quality experience for everyone, registration will be limited to 35 participants. Because space is limited, please do not submit this registration form until you are sure you can commit to the workshop times and dates. Within 2-5 days of completing this form, you will receive a confirmation email. If you have questions or concerns about the registration process or if you want to receive emails about future training opportunities, please email Kathryn Maly at nonviolence.seattle@gmail.com.

Sat., March 24 and Sun., March 25, 9am-6pm
Skinner Hall, on the St. Marks Cathedral Campus, in the Bright Water School Building
1245 Tenth Avenue East , Seattle, WA 98102

About the Workshop
Deepen your understanding of nonviolence with Kingian nonviolence trainers Kazu Haga, Jonathan Lewis, and Kaeley Pruitt-Hamm. This 2-day, 16-hour workshop will provide participants with a comprehensive introduction to the philosophy and strategy of Kingian Nonviolence. The workshop is useful for anyone who deals with conflict, whether in their personal life, in the workplace, or in their work for social change. The workshop will include lectures, role plays, video presentations, and other interactive activities.

We will
-- Learn about the types and levels of conflict
-- Discuss some writings from Dr. Martin Luther King
-- Examine the six principles of nonviolence, a framework of how to respond to conflict
-- Examine the six steps of nonviolence, how to take those principles and put them into a social change organizing campaign

Cost
Kingian nonviolence trainers Kazu Haga, Jonathan Lewis, and Kaeley Pruitt-Hamm are generously offering this 16-hour, 2-day workshop on a “by-donation” basis. Seattle organizers have arranged for airfare, lodging, and workshop space with the belief that, “if we bring them, funding will follow.” It is important that everyone feels comfortable giving at the level that they are able. People may offer to volunteer time and hospitality in exchange for the workshop. Making a pledge or donating in advance by writing a check will help us know where we stand in terms of fundraising.

$20 Covers the cost of the workshop manual that you will receive.
$40 Helps someone who may not be able to afford the manual.
$40-100 Compensates the trainers for time they are giving on a “by-donation” basis
$100-500 Will help pay for food, lodging, and airfare (from California and Rhode Island)
$500+ Will help these amazing trainers continue to offer trainings free of charge to people who work for social change in non-profit organizations, public schools, and detention facilities. Large donations may help us bring these trainers back to Seattle in the future.

Please make checks payable to the Peace Development Fund. Information about submitting your donation will follow in your confirmation email. There will also be a basket for anonymous donations at the door. If you have the ability to make a gift that qualifies for a corporate match, please make checks payable to Backbone Campaign and/or contact Bill Moyer at bill@backbonecampaign.org

AS OF FEBRUARY 20, REGISTRATION IS NOW FULL FOR THIS WORKSHOP.

IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO BE PLACED ON THE WAIT LIST FOR THIS WORKSHOP, GO AHEAD AND COMPLETE THIS FORM AND WE WILL LET YOU KNOW WHERE YOU ARE ON THE WAIT LIST. If you have questions, contact Kathryn Maly nonviolence.seattle@gmail.com

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