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The Central Maryland Ecumenical Council is a Christian community seeking to make the "Beloved Community" both visible and real.

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4. E University Parkway
Baltimore, MD 21214

We are living in a time of compounding crises, and we need to organize a response that has the power to match the escalation of the violence and destruction we are facing. But social change does not happen overnight, and it does not happen spontaneously. Throughout history, transformative change has happened through deep study, training and preparation. 

Join us for this informative session as we explore frameworks on building a movement that has the power to stop injustice while healing relationships and bringing us one step closer to Beloved Community.

Kazu Haga is the founder of the East Point Peace Academy, a core member of the Ahimsa collective and the Yet-To-Be-Named Network and author of Healing Resistance: A Radically Different Response to Harm. He is a practitioner, trainer and teacher of nonviolence, restorative justice, organizing and mindfulness and works with incarcerated people, youth, and activists from around the country. He has over 20 years of experience in nonviolence and social change work, and has been an active trainer since 2000. He resides in Oakland, CA. 


THIS TALK IS ORGANIZED BY CENTRAL MARYLAND ECUMENICAL COUNCIL AND
THE BALTIMORE PEACEBUILDERS

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