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Monday, January 16 (Martin Luther King Day), 2017, 1:30-4:30 p.m. Historic Takoma, 7328 Carroll Ave, Takoma Park, Maryland
Nonviolent direct action is a way that ordinary people throughout US history and around the world have fought for rights, freedom, and justice. Join us for an interactive, experiential dive into some of the history and practices in this 3 hour workshop.

$20 suggested donation at the door and no one will be turned away for lack of funds

This session will be led by Nadine Bloch an activist, organizer, trainer, artist and Takoma Park resident. For more than 30 years, Nadine has combined the principles and strategies of nonviolent resistance with creative use of arts & culture to make training, facilitation, and protest more effective.

Nadine is currently the training director at BeautifulTrouble.org and has worked with diverse organizations, including Nonviolence International, Greenpeace, The Ruckus Society, The Labor Heritage Foundation, Health GAP, Housing Works and the Bread & Puppet Theater. Her work has been featured nationally and locally, in newspapers such as The Washington Post and magazines from Ms. to Time. She is a contributor to the books "Beautiful Trouble: A Toolbox for Revolution" (2012, O/R Press) and "We Are Many, Reflections on Movement Strategy from Occupation to Liberation" (2012, AK Press). She has a regular “Arts of Protest” column @ WagingNonviolence.org.

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