“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”

New “Engaging Nonviolence” Workshops

two New series starting in April.Info meeting Sat. March 7. In January, Nonviolent Wilmington launched a new study-action groups to actively engage in the creative power and practice of nonviolence. These short series of weekly two-hour workshops are based on the new workbook Engaging Nonviolence. There are currently two Wilmington groups studying Part One of the book: “Engaging Nonviolence.” Continue reading “New “Engaging Nonviolence” Workshops”

Registration Open for 2021 Nonviolence Workshops

Start the New Year by studying nonviolence. New workshops begin January 17. Register today. We’re planning a considerable expansion of our nonviolence education program in 2021. Although it would be great to meet in person, holding the workshops online has clearly increased the number of folks we are reaching. So we think we’ll be continuingContinue reading “Registration Open for 2021 Nonviolence Workshops”

March Today 3:00 – Helen Chambers Playground

CORRECTION: TODAY’S MARCH Today’s March for a Culture of Peace will begin at 3:00 pm at the Helen Chambers Playground, at Sixth & Madison Streets in Wilmington. An earlier draft version of the march poster was included by mistake in yesterday’s email. THE MARCH IS NOT STARTING IN RODNEY SQUARE! The march will proceed as plannedContinue reading “March Today 3:00 – Helen Chambers Playground”

Call for a Nonviolent Wilmington

sunday, september 29, 4:00 pmwilmington friends meeting house Join us on Sunday, Sept. 29 for our public call for a Nonviolent Wilmington. We are inviting all citizens and community leaders to come together as one.  First, we’ll participate in the sixth annual March for a Culture of Peace, starting at the Helen Chambers Playground (6th & Madison( atContinue reading “Call for a Nonviolent Wilmington”