Join us for an overview of Kingian Nonviolence Conflict Reconciliation at 2pm ET / 1pm CT / 11am PT on October 10, 2023. Kingian Nonviolence is an approach to conflict and community leadership that offers values and methods useful for anyone who wants to use conflict constructively in your personal life, in group settings, or in community issues and building a reconciled world.
This 2 Hour webinar covers:
The 4 pillars of Kingian Nonviolence
Initial introduction to the 6 Principles and 6 Steps - the “Will” and the “Skill” of Kingian Nonviolence.
- The Social Dynamics of Kingian Nonviolence
This training will be co-facilitated by Haya Saleh and Sherrilynn Bevel.
Haya Saleh is a member of On Earth Peace who has played a role in various capacities. She initially served as the Palestine Justice intern organizer, demonstrating her advocacy to the cause. Later, she assumed the position of OEP's Kingian Nonviolence (KNV) fellow. Haya resides in Gaza, Palestine and is deeply devoted to extending OEP programs to the youth and young adults in her community. Haya holds the certification of being a Level 1 KNV trainer and passionately advocates for Palestine Justice, both within her community, the United States, and on the international stage. Haya conducts engaging workshops on conflict resolution and transformation, with a focus on reaching youth and adults in underserved areas.Her background as an ESL teacher and her extensive involvement in the conflict resolution and transformation sector fuel her aspiration to be a catalyst for positive change in the Middle East. Haya envisions a future where she collaborates with diverse stakeholders to delve into the root causes of conflicts and develop comprehensive strategies for effective conflict management. Her ultimate goal is to make a significant contribution to creating a secure environment that champions cooperation, social justice, and peaceful coexistence. Haya's journey within OEP reflects her unwavering commitment to these values.
Sherrilynn Bevel, PhD, is a Level III Kingian Nonviolence Trainer. She co-founded and is Associate Director of the Addie Wyatt Center for Nonviolence Training. From 2018 through 2020, she was Director of Training and Special Projects for the Institute for the Study and Practice of Nonviolence in Providence. Sherri chairs the board of directors of The Diversity Think Tank, which seeks equity in academic hiring at state-supported institutions of higher education. In the classroom, she teaches political science, human rights, Nonviolence, and African American studies. In The Chicago Freedom Movement: Martin Luther King Jr. and Civil Rights Activism in the North (U. of KY Press, 2016), she documented the contributions of a youth-led campaign to end lead poisoning, which ultimately resulted in federal lead protection legislation; and argued that this aspect of the Chicago Freedom Movement was an important precursor to the modern environmental justice movement.
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