Category: Upcoming Events

Gandhian activist from Mexico, May 17 at Metta

We’d like to take this opportunity to welcome you to a talk this month by Pietro Ameglio, a prominent Gandhian nonviolence educator/activist and close collaborator of Javier Sicilia, who will be speaking about the current crisis in Mexico and the emerging nonviolent resistance on Tuesday, May 17, 7pm at our office […]

Upcoming Event — April 23

Bay Area folks:
We would love you to join us on April 23rd from 3-5 pm for a party/fundraiser hosted by Moira Brennan and Jonathan Frieman in San Rafael. We will celebrate the 10th anniversary of Michael Nagler’s “Search for a Nonviolent Future” with music, refreshments and a network of community members […]

Tikkun at 25

Tikkun magazine’s  25th anniversary celebration  March 14th. Many liberals and progressives complain about the religious right and various forms of fundamentalism, so it is important to support the
very few and courageous media voices in the religious world that unabashedly support a progressive agenda.
Tikkun is one such voice–and has been since it began 25 years ago. Even more so […]

Atonement: February 2, 2011

Please join us for a celebration of the new book:
Beyond Forgiveness: Reflections on Atonement
Healing the Past, Making Amends, and Restoring Balance in Our Lives and World

Guests of honor include editor Phil Cousineau and these eminent activists, spiritual leaders,
doctors and philosophers who have each contributed to the book:
Huston Smith           Jacob Needleman
Stephanie […]

Sunday, January 16, 2011

The Metta Center for Nonviolence
invites you to listen to the story of
an inspiring Palestinian Peace-Maker:

“I Shall Not Hate.”

11:30 AM
40, 5TH STRE…

Alternatives to Violence Schedule

The AVP Bay Bridge Council is offering two different weekends of workshops!   Is it time for you!
There is a lot of violence here in Oakland and the Bay Area, and in other places too. It hurts everyone who lives here and everyone who comes here, either directly or indirectly. What can we do to […]

The Metta Center 2010-12-07 01:41:01

AHIMSA presents a Free Public Forum:
Roots of Empathy and Nonviolence in Childhood
with Mitch Hall
Tuesday, December 7, 2010

at The Institute for World Religions/Berkeley Buddhist Monastery
2304 McKinnely Avenue, Berkeley California
Roots of Empathy…