This experiential Alternatives to Violence Project (AVP) workshop begins the first day with inclusive community building, how prejudice operates in daily communication, and finding transforming power in everyone and every moment. The second day continues by exploring the dynamics of oppression, internalized oppression, how old hurts create aspirations for privilege, and how to rely on transforming power in the simplicity of direct relationships. The last day explores experimenting with relying on transforming power to guide our decisions and lives, experience the liberty of conscience, and then reflect on the whole and close. Facilitated by Nadine Hoover (AVP-NY and AVP-Indonesia), Youngsil Kang (AVP-Korea) and Jamuna Shrestha (AVP-Nepal).
AVP Basic is a prerequisite
May 22-24, 2017
Friends Meeting at Cambridge
5 Longfellow Park, Cambridge, MA 02138
For directions and parking see About/Direction at FMCQuaker.org
8:30am tea and coffee
9:00am – noon and 1:00-4:00pm Sessions
Please sit in the circle on time; end times as prompt as start times.
LIMITED SPACE: 20 participants
$21 meals for three simple lunches, coffee and tea, please pay in cash on-site.
$120 proceeds to fund AVP-International travel to Nepal
No one should stay away for lack of funds.
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