Chicago Coordinated Nonviolence Training

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A growing number of groups in Chicago are working together to coordinate a series of events and trainings about the power of nonviolence to effect social change  We're hoping these resources will help people all over the world prepare for the NATO Summit being held in Chicago, May 20-21, 2012.

On this page you will find a calendar of events in Chicago, resources for further study, and contact information for groups who are willing to facilitate nonviolence trainings as well as to provide programs in the theory of nonviolence, history of nonviolent campaigns, and other aspects of the power of nonviolence to effect social change.

Participating groups:  8th Day Center for Justice, American Friends Service Committee, Christian Peacemaker Teams, Midwest Anti-War Mobilization, Pace e Bene, Veterans for Peace, Voices for Creative Nonviolence, War Resisters League, White Rose Catholic Worker.

To schedule a nonviolence training in your community contact:

AFSC Chicago:  Mary Zerkel, mzerkel@afsc.org

War Resisters League, Chicago: Rosalie Riegle, riegle@svsu.edu

White Rose Catholic Worker:  John Bambrick-Rust, 773-856-0315 or whiterosecw@gmail.com


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