Pastor Catherine has called us to commit to learning the “practices” of social change, so that we can be prepared when it’s time to stand up. Nonviolence has long been a key to a brighter, better and more peaceful world.
Join the 2016 recipient of the Ghandhi International Humanitarian Award Bernard Lafayette Jr. – a foundational participant in the Civil Rights Movement and a key foot-soldier who joins the civil rights
pilgrimages co-led by David Domke – as Dr. Lafayette teaches the power and techniques of Kingian nonviolence.
He will be leading a Kingian nonviolence workshop in Ostrander Hall. This is free and open. All are welcome to learn with us. This workshop will demonstrate how the principles of nonviolence can send an illuminating message of love and acceptance even when met with anger, prejudice, and hate.
* Friday, February 17 from 5:30 to 9:30pm — pizza will be provided
* Saturday, February 18 from 8:30am to 4:30pm — sandwiches will be provided
Water and coffee will be available throughout the workshop time.
You can guarantee a space for you in the workshop with an RSVP here: http://bit.ly/2gEH7ST