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Embodying Peace: Newsletter

At the Metta Center, we place person power at the center of nonviolent change: If we lack inner peace, we can’t bring bring peace to our families and communities. Person power involves cultivating our personal well-being so that we can create th…

Youth Leadership: Newsletter

Our mission is to “help people practice nonviolence more safely and more effectively,” and there could not be a more propitious or critical time to do that.
For our latest newsletter, we discuss how youth are leading the way in waking up the US to ac…

Whole-Person Education: Newsletter

One thing’s for sure: there’s a deep need for whole-person education. The Metta Center aims for precisely this with our Certificate in Nonviolence Studies: program participants engage their minds, bodies, and spirits in the learning.
In th…

Whole-Person Education: Newsletter

One thing’s for sure: there’s a deep need for whole-person education. The Metta Center aims for precisely this with our Certificate in Nonviolence Studies: program participants engage their minds, bodies, and spirits in the learning.
In th…

Summer Internship for Petaluma Youth

 
Six-Week Leadership Intensive in Nonviolence
for Petaluma High School Youth
Dates: June 15-July 20, 2018
Stipend: $100/week
The Metta Center for Nonviolence is a Petaluma-based non-profit organization founded by UC Berkeley Professor Emeri…

Summer Internship for Petaluma Youth

 
Six-Week Leadership Intensive in Nonviolence
for Petaluma High School Youth
Dates: June 15-July 20, 2018
Stipend: $100/week
The Metta Center for Nonviolence is a Petaluma-based non-profit organization founded by UC Berkeley Professor Emeri…

What We Owe Life: Newsletter

On April 20, the anniversary of the Columbine shooting, high school students around the country are being called on by their peers to walk out of school and, some say, not return until assault rifles are banned. If you are one of them, get in touch wi…

What We Owe Life: Newsletter

On April 20, the anniversary of the Columbine shooting, high school students around the country are being called on by their peers to walk out of school and, some say, not return until assault rifles are banned. If you are one of them, get in touch wi…

Newsletter: Black History Month 2018

In the US, we designate February as Black History Month, to commemorate and celebrate African-American achievements and contributions. It’s an opportunity to honor voices and perspectives that have often been left out or marginalized—and to go beyond …

Newsletter: Black History Month 2018

In the US, we designate February as Black History Month, to commemorate and celebrate African-American achievements and contributions. It’s an opportunity to honor voices and perspectives that have often been left out or marginalized—and to go beyond the “heroes and holidays” approach to the month by learning all year. Plus: Our latest Nonviolence Radio show features guests Kazu Haga and Dion Martin, who join us to discuss interrupting incarceration. Read the February 7, 2018 newsletter. Get the Metta Center’s newsletter.

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