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Would your organization like to receive training in Kingian Nonviolence this new year?

The Addie Wyatt Center for Nonviolence Training is now scheduling weekday and weekend training workshops at your location for April-August, 2019. Call us at 312-719-3740 or email Pam Smith at pam@addiewyattcenter.org to discuss how Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s approach to conflict reconciliation and social change can strengthen your organizational culture and contribute to a more peaceful community.
Increase the peace in 2019!

Upcoming Events

Thursday, April 4th

Community Mini Training in Kingian Nonviolence

Open to the public

MLK Fair Housing Center, North Lawndale

(please watch for details coming soon)

Saturday, April 6th

Kingian Nonviolence Mini Training

Rainbow PUSH Coalition

930 E. 50th Street, Chicago

1-2:30 pm

(closed workshop for high school students visiting HBCUs in the spring)

Saturday, April 13th

Full-day training in Kingian Nonviolence

Holy Family Ministries

3415 W. Arthington, Chicago

10 am - 4 pm

Cost: $75 per person

Please bring a brown bag lunch

To register, please email contact information, organization name and a short description of the reason for your interest to addiewyattcenterchicago@gmail.com.

A limited number of scholarships are available. To request a scholarship, please email a short description of your situation.

Thank you!


Dr. King in East Garfield Park, 1966

Dr. King in East Garfield Park, 1966

 

 

 

Past Events

2018 Trainings (partial list)

Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago / Community Agencies

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City of Evanston / Six-week Summer Youth Program

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Safer Foundation / Formerly Incarcerated Individuals

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Northeastern Illinois University Gear Up / High School Teachers

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Rainbow PUSH Coalition / HBCU Students

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Evanston Township High School

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Glenbrook South

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Oakton Community College

"A Tribute to Nonviolence" Evanston Art Center, October 26, 2017

"A Tribute to Nonviolence" Evanston Art Center, October 26, 2017

Martin Luther King Jr.’s six principles of nonviolence performed as a song

Martin Luther King Jr.’s six principles of nonviolence performed as a song