Nonviolence in Education Workshop
Event Date & Time: April 7 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am
Robin Wildman, the foremost authority on Kingian Nonviolence in Education, will present an engaging lecture, with opportunity for Q and A, about how classrooms and schools can be transformed into “Beloved Communities”, places where all students are loved, included, and valued as human beings. Kingian Nonviolence (pronounced King-ee-an) is based on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. ‘s philosophy and strategies used to address and reconcile conflict.
This 2-hour virtual experience will be divided into 3 parts:
Robin Wildman’s journey to Nonviolence-Meeting her mentor, Dr. Bernard LaFayette Jr.
What is the relevance of Kingian Nonviolence education today?
How to transform a Classroom and School That Will Improve Climate and Culture-Testimonials from educators and students
(Q and A will be a part of each section)
REQUIREMENTS: The course will be held on Zoom. Participants must have internet access, and microphone and video on their computer.
This reading is recommended, but not required for attendance:
Participants are strongly encouraged to invite friends and community members. Shared knowledge increases the power of active nonviolence in our communities!