Join us in this community empowerment series, rooted in essential dialogues. This series is focused on bringing together generations, to draw on collective wisdom towards naming, understanding and galvanizing around issues that are critical to our community. The first meeting of the Rochester Roundtable series will kick off on Saturday, August 12 at 11 AM at the Gandhi Institute for Nonviolence (929 S. Plymouth Ave.) For more information contact Erin Thompson at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 585-565-8453.
The Kingian Nonviolence workshops are transformational experiences that have helped thousands of people from around the world understand the depth of the philosophy of nonviolence, and learn to begin to bring the practices into their lives and their work.Through small group activities, readings, video presentations, mini-lectures and discussions, we explore topics such as:The definitions of violence and nonviolenceAn analysis of the different types and levels of conflict, and how they escalate and de-escalateA brief history of the Civil Rights Movement and some of Dr. King’s philosophiesThe...
We know that asking for what we need and giving what we can are important aspects of being in true community. When we allow resources to flow freely, it supports us all. So it is with joy and trust that we ask for your help in our fundraising efforts this year to reach $50,000. Please give as generously as you can to support our collective work to spread racial justice, restorative practices, nonviolence education, and sustainability with youth and adults in Rochester, NY and across the globe.
Drop by our community garden any time between 1:00 and 3:00 pm on Saturdays to help us plant, tend, and harvest food and flowers with our neighbors. We also are looking for volunteers who can help us pack and deliver grocery bags to our neighbors. Wear casual clothes and closed-toe shoes that you don't mind getting dirty. Tools and gloves will be provided.21 VOLUNTEERS
Join us on game day working at some concession stands. Sign up as an individual or bring a team to volunteer at a pretzel stand, Rohrbach's drink stand, or Mini Melts cart. Instructions and uniforms will be provided by the Red Wings managers. Be ready to commit about 5 hours. A portion of the funds generated through concession will go the Institute, along with any tips earned.8 VOLUNTEERS
Come practice skills to reduce violence and help keep each other safe!Join us on September 9th for a workshop for transforming conflict and de-escalating tense situations. Participants will work collaboratively to respond to conflict in ways that enable and promote safe outcomes. We welcome all community members to register!0 VOLUNTEERS
Join us in this community empowerment series, rooted in essential dialogues. This series is focused on bringing together generations, to draw on collective wisdom towards naming, understanding and galvanizing around issues that are critical to our community. The second meeting of the Rochester Roundtable series will take place on Saturday, September 23 at 11 AM at the Gandhi Institute for Nonviolence (929 S. Plymouth Ave.) For more information contact Erin Thompson at email@example.com or call 585-565-8453.
"Every one of us is an expert on what it is like to live on an endangered planet." -Joanna MacyGrief circles Thursdays 12-1 pm EST What keeps you up at night? What contributes to hopelessness? Join us for support online and in community, to honor our pain for the world and to unlock love and energy. Every kind of grief is welcome.Questions? firstname.lastname@example.org
Join our Directors for breakfast & conversation!Come to get to know us and talk about your part in supporting nonviolence in Rochester and beyond. Share breakfast with Gwen & Erin, our Co-directors of the Gandhi Institute for Nonviolence. Chat with us to learn more about the Institute's programs and plans.Stay for some good breakfast, conversation, and company!Dates:The second Tuesday of the month!*All from 8 am - 9 am0 VOLUNTEERS