Carolina Peace is offering a free Nonviolence Summer School starting Monday June 12th in Columbia, SC featuring:
- Free classes on Monday evenings based on a curriculum developed by Colman McCarthy, founder of the Center for Teaching Peace. Through classical readings on nonviolence and small group discussion, participants will gain a deep understanding of nonviolent theory. Classes will cover the following topics: Introduction to Nonviolence (June 12th), Gandhi (June 19th), Dorothy Day (June 26th), MLK (July 10th), Methods of Nonviolence (July 17th) Feminism (July 24th), Civil Disobedience & War (July 31st), Animals & Nonviolence (to be scheduled). Click on the links above for readings and discussion questions for each class (strongly recommende but not required for participating in classes). Classes will be held from 6:30PM-8:30PM at the Modjeska Simkins House, 2025 Marion St. Columbia, SC. Donations toward rental will be accepted.
- Nonviolence Training on SATURDAY July 15th (Times & Location to be announced) featuring Clemson professor Todd May. Free/Donations accepted.
- Nonviolence Projects. Individual or small group projects to practice nonviolence.
Interested? More information & free registration, contact David