Creating a Culture of Peace

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Berkeley-Area Training Coming Up in January

CCP PEACE TRAINING, JANUARY 27-29 -  BERKELEY AREA, CA

Fri 4-9pm, Sat 9am-8pm, Sun 1-8pm; 3 dinners + Sat lunch

Cost: $100. Limited scholarships. Ages 15+.
Trainer: Janet Chisholm, Senior CCP Trainer

Host: St Alban’s, Albany, CA
Sponsor: Episcopal Peace Fellowship
Registration & Info:
Deacon Kathleen Van Sickle,
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Online: https://goo.gl/forms/zg8fcaAfHtXV8TyH3

What happens? Creating a Culture of Peace provides a spiritually-grounded and interactive learning time for being peaceful, hopeful, people in a time of fear and violence -- a practical foundation in the principles, practices, and power of active nonviolence.  You will gain new tools, energy and Nonviolence training hub hands and peace sign - text 1000 trainings project with linkconcrete plans for taking action on issues you choose. CCP is a 15 year old national network of peace trainings offered to Episcopal churches, seminaries and many other justice and peace organizations.

 

Veterans for Peace trainings...


So you joined a protest?

Elliott Adams

Now what?

"We need to train to be effective activists, just as we trained to be effective soldiers. CCP nonviolence training was the foundation for my work. It was critical in preparing me to be an effective activist for justice and to end war.”
--Elliott Adams,
VFP Past President,
CCP Board President & CCP Trainer

GET GROUNDED!

CCP Nonviolence Training

* $1000 grants for VFP Chapters
* exercises
* skill practice
* analysis
* group solidarity
* action planning
* 2-day trainings

* call: 847-790-4227

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Four new projects planned at PA training

Over a May weekend in Stroudsburg, PA, participants in a 20-hour CCP basic training worked hard, laughed a lot, practiced skills, and analyzed the stages of building a nonviolent movement as well as how to ensure community solidarity to make it happen.

Here are the projects the break-out groups designed as part of the last module in the training:

  • Grow it, Eat it, Poop it (teaching young children nutrition through gardening, food preparation, and health lessons)

De-escalation of Conflict – Dos and Don'ts (designing a program using jujitsu and other techniques)

Letters of Hope to Prisoners (organizing a group for letter writing)

Westend Feed the Homeless (creating a van delivery system for 200 in the rural area)