Peace & Justice Conversations: The Principles of Kingian Nonviolence
September 25 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Just a few days after The International Day of Peace (September 21), Mark Klym, co-founder and co-director of the Phoenix Peace Builders, talks with us about the six Principles of Kingian Nonviolence as a foundation for peace and justice.
Kingian Non-Violence teaches it’s students very important skills to confront injustice in a nonviolent manner. It provides a structure for conflict resolution that is rooted in the best aspects of philosophers and spiritual leaders such as Gandhi, Tolstoy, Dr. King, and others who promote The Beloved Community.
Mark Klym is certified by the University of Rhode Island, Center for Nonviolence and Peace Studies as a Level II Kingian Nonviolence Trainer. He has 20+ years experience in violence prevention programs and is a co-founder and co-director of the Phoenix Peace Builders. Phoenix Peace Builders is dedicated to realizing Dr. Martin Luther King’s dream of a Nonviolent, just, and compassionate society and working to overcome racism and other forms of violence.
About NHPA’s bi-weekly Zoom Peace & Justice Conversation Series: 2020’s upheavals brought us to a new moment of reckoning and possibility. How do we want to live in the world? What do we value? How can we make the changes we’ve been yearning for? NH Peace Action has been engaged in working for change for decades. We’d like to bring you into these conversations about issues and options for the future. There is no charge to attend, but your contributions in any amount are greatly appreciated.