We are planning on meeting virtually the second Wednesday of every month.
April 14 at 7:30 pm The Third Harmony: Viewing and Discussion
Join us for a viewing and discussion of Third Harmony!
The Third Harmony tells the story of nonviolence, humanity’s greatest (and most overlooked) resource.“To be nonviolent is be an artist of your humanity,” says Palestinian nonviolence leader and founder of the Taygheer Movement, Ali Abu Awwad, in a new documentary about the power of nonviolence and a new vision of human nature. Drawing on interviews with veteran activists like Civil Rights leader Bernard Lafayette, scientists like behaviorist Frans de Waal and neuroscientist Marco Iacoboni, Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal, political scientist Erica Chenoweth, futurist Elisabet Sahtouris, and others, this 44-minute documentary will help the general public, often at a loss to understand the protests occurring in many cities, to better grasp just what nonviolence is and how it works. The film also delves into the important role that nonviolence plays in the wider struggle to develop a new theory of human nature, how every one of us can add to our personal growth and fulfillment while benefitting society through the use of this time-tested power.
Meeting ID: 818 9123 3582
Educators for Peace and Justice 2021 Dates
April 19 at 7:00pm Elevating and Noticing Moments of Peace Education in Action with Lorraine Kinsman
Meeting ID: 894 3877 1704
May 17 Supporting Black and Immigrant Students with Golden Mti