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SEED Cohort 14 Graduation

We ushered in our first SEED Cohort of 2023! It’s hard to put into words the immense strength, compassion, and willingness to learn that this group of high schoolers brought to every class session.

What does SEED stand for? It's our two-week Skills, Enrichment, Employment Readiness, and Development nonviolence-focused job training program. Our SEED facilitators teach Kingian nonviolence and focus on teaching

this six-step process to address conflict through nonviolence and a lens for community and reconciliation:

  • Gather Information

  • Educate Others

  • Strengthen Commitment

  • Negotiate with Dignity For All

  • If Negotiation Fails, Take Appropriate Action, Negotiate Again

  • Always Reconcile & Celebrate Reconciliation

We look forward to our next class and hope if you know someone who'd like to participate, to refer them to us with the application here.

If you'd like to refer a student to our program, learn more here.

Funding for this program is being provided by the ARPA City of Providence Anti-Violence Investment.

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