Teaching the principles and
practices of nonviolence
The mission of the Nonviolence Institute is to create — by word and example — a community that uses the principles and practices of nonviolence to prevent, interrupt, and heal violence
and to uplift community.
This monthly nonviolence-focused job training program is designed to teach in-risk youths crucial skills in a safe and inclusive space.
Funding for this program is being provided by the ARPA City of Providence Anti-Violence Investment.
Everyday we are building our Beloved Community, reflective of the actions and teachings of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Our team of trained Outreach Specialists are there to support gang-affiliated youth and students in making nonviolent choices.
This nonviolence-focused job readiness program offers in-risk youth Skills, Enrichment, Education, and Development.
Our award-winning advocates support and guide community members who are directly impacted by acts of violence.