Nonviolent Action 101 - Training

Sunday April 14 12-6pm

Center for Peace and Social Justice, 2013 E. Genesee St. Syracuse, NY 13210

Nonviolent civil disobedience and civil resistance has played a huge role in social change - the civil rights movement, Gandhi's campaigns in India against the British, for the rights of farm workers, women, people with AIDS. And today's movements continue to employ this tactic to challenge current injustices we face. The purpose of training is for participants to learn about the use of nonviolent political action and civil resistance. This participatory training will involve group exercises and discussions. RSVP REQUIRED so we can prepare the space and training materials for the needs of the group. Space is limited. Minimum number of participants for training to take place is 12. Free, donations accepted. If you have questions, contact Ursula at the Peace Council, (315) 472-5478,