Connecticut Training for High School and College Students

“Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr’s methods and strategies are being taught in cities across the country and around the world. What would he do? What can YOU do? Learn how to become a leader for change.”

The Connecticut Center for Nonviolence is offering an introduction to the methods of nonviolence as taught by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

It is for College and High School Students on February 28, 2009 at the University of Hartford from 10am-3pm. It will be facilitated by the Director of the Connecticut Center for Nonviolence, Victoria Christgau and two associates of the Center Richard Tarlaian and Robert Jones.

To learn more about the training and trainers click here to register click here.

(WANT TO BECOME A CERTIFIED NONVIOLENCE TRAINER? LOOK FOR A FUTURE BLOG POST ABOUT THE URI CENTER FOR NONVIOLENCE AND PEACE STUDIES NONVIOLENCE SUMMER INSTITUTE!)

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