Fred is working to bring Kingian Nonviolence to schools in Tucson, AZ
Hassan has worked with youth in Tucson schools and is presently advocating for just housing accommodations for residents in his neighborhood.
In her position as school social worker, Heather continues to teach many students at Hennessey Elementary School the Principles and strategies of Kingian Nonviolence.
The staff at Hennessey particiipated in NSRI's Educator Training and have been institutionalizing Kingian Nonviolence for several years.
Dr. Onye was the principal of Gilbert Stuart MS when she attended our Educator Training. She has since taken on the role of Providence district DEI director and has been instrumental in bringing in NSRI to train youth throughout Providence, culminating in the first Youth Summit, August 2023.
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"When I Get Grown," a film based on Dr. Clayborne Carson's interviews with American civil rights activist Bernard LaFayette Jr., explores LaFayette's experiences as a Freedom Rider and his role in the Civil Rights Movement. The film highlights the Freedom Riders’ commitment to end segregation and underscores the importance of black resistance in the struggle for equal rights and justice.
At the Summer Institute you will learn:
"The Kingian Nonviolence training has not only changed my way of teaching but has truly changed my way of life! I used to be a conflict avoider, but now I have tools to help me feel confident in reconciling conflict big and small. Having a core set of principles, concrete steps to solving conflicts, and a whole community working together makes for a school where everyone is valued, listened to, and all have the same goal...a PEACEFUL community. In our current society, it gives me hope knowing that I am teaching myself, my students, and my own children at home skills that can be carried through life."
August 1, 2, 8, 9, 15, 16, 22
9 a.m.-11:45 a.m. United States Eastern Standard Time
Working with Dr. Melissa Marcotte, professor from Rhode Island College, we now have research that proves the effectiveness of our training. Check out the full report here:
This Summer Nonviolent Schools RI will offer an online evening experience known as Level 1 training. Participants who complete all requirements will be certified to conduct Kingian workshops in their own communities.
Participants will learn the following:
Kingian content (no prior knowledge is required to attend)
How to conduct workshops
How to apply Kingian Nonviolence in your own life
How to address conflict using 6 Steps
For more information email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
LEVEL 1 is coming this SUMMER!
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Here is the link that brings you to the lyrics AND "Think and Share" discussion questions:
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VISION: All students and school personnel are educated in Kingian Nonviolence, based on the work of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., as they practice the skills to reconcile conflicts at school, home and in the outer community, thereby leading humanity towards a more peaceful and harmonious existence.
MISSION: Our commitment is to ensure that all educators, primarily in Rhode Island, have the knowledge and skills to practice, model, and teach Nonviolence conflict reconciliation, to improve the climate and culture of our schools and communities. Nonviolent Schools RI and trained educators will teach and empower students to practice the principles and steps of conflict reconciliation in their daily lives.
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Your generous donation will fund our mission to improve conditions in schools so that all children are safe and free from violence of the mind, body, and spirit. We believe that all children deserve to experience the joy of learning in this type of environment.
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(NSRI is a 501c3 nonprofit organization) or send via Venmo: @NonviolentRI
We believe that every child deserves to experience the joy of learning in a Nonviolent school environment. We must take steps towards reducing violence by bringing Nonviolence education into classrooms. School staff that is dedicated to practicing Nonviolence can transform the climate (social-emotional) and culture (procedures and policies) of their school, so that it continues to be a place where everyone feels respected, safe, and loved.
There are many ways for you to be involved in our organization. Please join Nonviolent Schools RI as it brings its mission forward to create the Beloved Community in our schools. Spread the word in your school district and wider community!
Have you been searching for ways to transform your classroom to a more inclusive, productive learning environment? If so, then the Nonviolent Schools Summer Institute is what you have been looking for! This is a unique opportunity for public, private, and charter school educators, school staff, and administrators , as well as those who work with youth in other capacities, to learn how to improve the climate and culture in their classrooms and schools, through the use of conflict reconciliation skills, Nonviolence principles, community building strategies, and more! Social-Emotional Learning (SEL), Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI), and educational justice are what our Institute is all about!
Nonviolent Schools RI offers training, mentoring, and other programming to transform a school's climate and culture towards an equitable, nonviolent one that centers the school as a Beloved Community.
Contact us for more information email@example.com