The August 8th Conference will be translated live in Spanish on a separate audio channel through zoom.
Thank you Hilda Murillo & Elsa Muñoz!
The Campaign Nonviolence National Conference
Embracing the Nonviolent Shift
In this time of great transition ushered in by a worldwide crisis, nonviolence offers us what we need right now: a vision, strategies, and practices that will equip us to live and lead in the direction of personal and societal transformation.
At this conference, you will experience the wisdom of nonviolence visionaries, scholars and practitioners who will share their expertise from a wide variety of fields. They will offer concrete pathways to build the transformed world our hearts long for, a world free from the violence of racism, poverty, war and the environmental crisis. Join us in embracing the nonviolent shift, connecting with each other and committing to creating a just, healthy and sustainable world for all.
FEATURING: Rev. Richard Rohr, The Center for Action and Contemplation. Dr. Erica Chenoweth, Harvard University. Rev. Lennox Yearwood, Jr., Hip Hop Caucus. Dr. Ira Helfand, International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons. Kazu Haga, EastPoint Peace Academy. Henry Cervantes, Peace Exchange. Robin Wildman, Nonviolent Schools Rhode Island. Daniel Hunter, Training for Change. Rivera Sun, Nonviolence Now. Sherri Mitchell, Land Peace Foundation. George Martin, Peace Action. Eric Stoner, Waging Nonviolence. Sr. Andrea Koverman, a member of the Sisters of Charity. Roshi Joan Halifax, Upaya Zen Center. Jay Coghlan, Nuclear Watch New Mexico. Brother M, South African singer songwriter. Stephanie Van Hook, Metta Center for Nonviolence, and the Pace e Bene Team, Dr. Kit Evans-Ford, Veronica Pelicaric, Dr. Ken Butigan, & Rev. John Dear.
Thursday, August 6, 2020 – Hiroshima and Nagasaki COMMEMORATION online at 8 p.m. Eastern/5 p.m. Pacific. Learn more here.
Friday, august 7, 2020 – nonviolence training online 3 p.m. eastern / 12 p.m. pacific
saturday, august 8,2020 – conference online beginning at 12 p.m. Eastern/9 A.m. Pacific
The previously scheduled in-person CONFERENCE in Albuquerque and Los Alamos VIGILS is NOW ALL ONLINE
Did you purchase a ticket to the in-person event?
For those who purchased a ticket to the in-person event in Albuquerque before the conference moved online, you have several ticket options. Please see the options here and fill out the form to let us know your preferences.
August 6, online Hiroshima and Nagasaki COMMEMORATION is free. Register for it separately here if you’d like to be notified about it. If you register for August 7 or 8 we will register you for august 6 automatically.
august 7, online nonviolence training is $20.
August 8, online conference is $50.
special student price!
Take 50% off the conference and training with discount code “STUDENT” at checkout.
Other scholarships are available for those in need. Please email us if you have a request.
For much more information, visit : Campaign Nonviolence National Conference 2020 — Pace e Bene Nonviolence Service