Nonviolence Workshop Series at Providence Community Libraries
Updated: Mar 1
FREE and open to the public!
Rotating between Providence Community Libraries throughout 2022 - see dates below.
>>Please RSVP and bring a friend :)
Join Juan and Sal, Senior Nonviolence Facilitators, for a friendly and inclusive workshop on what it means to live a nonviolent life, not just in a physical sense, but also in the way we talk and interact with family, friends, and strangers, as well as how we talk to ourselves.
Participants will learn about the Beloved Community, reflective of the actions and teachings of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., which is the basis of the work at the Nonviolence Institute. The idea is that everyone is treated with respect and love and the goal is justice and true peace.
Funding for this program is being provided by the City of Providence ARPA Anti-Violence Investment.
Upcoming Nonviolence Workshop Dates
February 3rd - 5 to 8pm Washington Park Library
1316 Broad Street, Providence, RI
February 16th - 5 to 8pm Smith Hill Library
31 Candace St, Providence, RI
March 3rd - 5 to 8pm
LOCATION CHANGED to
Nonviolence Institute 265 Oxford St, Providence, RI
March 22nd - 5 to 8pm
Fox Point Library
90 Ives St, Providence, RI
Please check back for additional dates.
Funding for this program is being provided by the ARPA City of Providence Anti-Violence Investment.