Peace Literacy Summer Workshop: Leadership Skills for Surviving the 21st Century
Main facilitator: Paul K. Chappell – West Point graduate, Iraq War veteran, and Peace Literacy Director for the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation
Co-facilitator: Sharyn Clough – Peace Literacy Curriculum Coordinator, and Professor of Philosophy at Oregon State University
Workshop Learning Outcomes:
- Build strong communities
- Identify our human needs and the tangles of trauma
- Understand the anatomy of aggression and the fuels of racism
- Resolve conflict and learn the power of respect and calm
- Understand emerging social media technologies in terms of non-physical needs
We’ll be meeting over Zoom! (all times given in EDT):
Initial meeting: Sunday, August 9 from 2:00-6:00 pm
Follow-up meetings: Thursdays (August 13, August 20, August 27) from 7:00-9:30 pm
Cost: pay what you can between $150-$350 If you are able, thank you for signing up at the full rate. It helps support those who cannot and it helps us keep our curriculum free to use. The fee covers all course materials including a copy of Paul’s latest book, Soldiers of Peace, printed course worksheets, and other goodies, to be mailed out to you before the start of the workshop. As part of our ongoing commitment to strengthen the anti-racist movement, we are also offering scholarships to participants working to end the systemic injustices rooted in racism for whom cost is an obstacle.
To register, click here.
Presented by Ollin Women International.