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I am privileged to be hosting the Blogging Carnival for Nonviolence again this year. It is running in conjunction with Black Women for Positive Change as part of the International Week for Nonviolence, which will be held October 17-25 2015.
Young people and elders will be sharing our views, methods and experience of nonviolence. I will be posting some very inspiring blogs by Nonviolent Communication (NVC) trainers and authors who work internationally, as well as members of Black Women for Positive Change, and others, below. These will be updated daily during the Week for Nonviolence.
Please check out my blog posts. Plus scroll down for the blogs from the Week for Nonviolence/Blogging Carnival for Nonviolence.
War on the Black Community?
590 Black Deaths in Police Custody [in Britain].
We Need Solutions That Work
Can nonviolence offer real solutions? Click here for my interview with Karen Carrington of Black Women for Positive Change and Rev. Kelvin Sauls.
Blogs from the Blogging Carnival for Nonviolence 2015
Interview with Ike Lasater - From Conflict to Connection. How can we change the culture of violence?
What role does nonviolence play in Buddhist ethics? Check out "A Flock of Wild Geese" by Subhadramati.
Is there an age gap in the Black Lives Matter movement? How can different generations learn from each other? How can we take responsibility for the violence in our homes and families?
Sylvia Haskvitz, Eat by Choice, Not by Habit - How can we apply Nonviolent Communication (NVC) to our issues around food and eating? It's about how we speak to ourselves.
8 Books about NVC - many of these books and authors are featured in the Blogging Carnival for Nonviolence.
One Heart, One Cry - Skywalker Payne
Dian Killan, Connecting across Differences - how we can use NVC even in conflict situations
8 Ways To Get POSITIVE Results by Encouragement Speaker Derrick Hayes
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The Blogging Carnival for Nonviolence.
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You may also be interested in this article on Nonviolent Communication (NVC). NVC really is transforming lives.
Click here to read the blog posts from the Blogging Carnival for Nonviolence 2014.
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