Worker Self-Directed Nonprofits: Why Equitable Pay is Crucial to Our Mission

Sarah Green Historically, those drawn to work in the non-profit sector are people who are passionate about social justice. Many times, the people dedicated to righting the wrongs of systemic injustices are the very people who have experienced the negative impact of those injustices in their own lives. The work done by social service andContinue reading “Worker Self-Directed Nonprofits: Why Equitable Pay is Crucial to Our Mission”

March for Justice calls for leaders to work with community in addressing police reform, gun violence

José Ignacio Castañeda Perez Delaware News Journal A few dozen people marched through Wilmington’s streets Sunday to call upon elected officials to partner with them in addressing the issues afflicting the city’s communities. The march, which was organized by Delaware Pacem In Terris, was capped off with a rally at Rodney Square where speakers called forContinue reading “March for Justice calls for leaders to work with community in addressing police reform, gun violence”

Mayor Purzycki, will you work with us for a better, safer Wilmington? | Opinion

Dear Mayor Purzycki: As you may be aware, this week marks the 6th year of Peace Week Delaware. All week, organizations are hosting events to highlight creative solutions and pathways for Delawareans to experience more peace. This is an opportunity for people to join in the work of restoring our communities together. We are askingContinue reading “Mayor Purzycki, will you work with us for a better, safer Wilmington? | Opinion”

Nonviolent Wilmington Joins with Pacem in Terris

A combination of efforts for peace and justice.Engaging Nonviolence workshops will continue in the fall. Nonviolent Wilmington (NVW) is excited to announce that we have joined Pacem in Terris, Delaware’s renowned advocate for peace and justice. The union of Nonviolent Wilmington with Pacem in Terris is neither a merger nor an acquisition, but a combinationContinue reading “Nonviolent Wilmington Joins with Pacem in Terris”

New Workshops from Nonviolent Wilmington

Study Nonviolent Social Change this Spring Engaging Nonviolence: Activating Nonviolent Change in Our Lives and Our World Although it would be great to meet in person, offering our workshops online has increased the number of folks we are reaching. So we’ll continue distance learning for some time to come, forming small groups of 10-12 learnersContinue reading “New Workshops from Nonviolent Wilmington”

Still time to register. Study nonviolence with Nonviolent Wilmington.

There are still a few days to register for “Engaging Nonviolence” winter session. Starts next week. (Already registered? We’ll be in touch soon with your workshop assignment and how to obtain the workbook. Note that we have postponed the Part II workshop until March.) Although it would be great to meet in person, holding theContinue reading “Still time to register. Study nonviolence with Nonviolent Wilmington.”

Special Peace Week Nonviolence Workshop

“From Spirit to Action—Nonviolence and Social Change” Free Virtual WorkshopSunday, October 44:00 to 6:00 pm Nonviolent Wilmington and Pacem in Terris, through special arrangement with Pace e Bene Nonviolence Service, present a rare opportunity for a free 2-hour virtual workshop with noted nonviolence trainers, authors, and advocates Veronica Pelicaric and Rivera Sun. Advance registration isContinue reading “Special Peace Week Nonviolence Workshop”

“Engaging Nonviolence” Workshops Will Resume in September

Nonviolent Wilmington announces the resumption of its popular workshops based on the study guide Engaging Nonviolence: Activating Nonviolence in Our Lives and Our World by Veronica Pelicaric and Nina Koevoets. Our original in-person workshops were suspended in March due to the pandemic, but we have now developed a virtual curriculum that can be shared onContinue reading ““Engaging Nonviolence” Workshops Will Resume in September”