Greetings and Happy Holidays Friends!
We at CT Center for Nonviolence, hope that this Holiday Season brings you much light, love and peace in your lives!
We are excited about the Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday this year as we continue to create a culture of Kingian Nonviolence in CT and beyond. Peace and Justice are at the forefront of our efforts, check out our special events listed below.
We look forward to seeing you soon!
SAVE THE DATE SUNDAY JANUARY 15, 2023.
CTCN Founder/Executive Director, Ms. Victoria Christgau and CTCN Honorary Board Chair, Legendary Dr. Bernard LaFayette, Jr. to receive awards from the State of Connecticut Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday Commission on Monday January 16, 2023.
CTCN is partnering with the New Britain Museum of American Art
on MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. DAY
MONDAY JANUARY 16 from 11:00am to 1:30pm
Family fun, Free and Open to the Public
Everyone is invited to join CTCN Kingian Trained, Teaching Artists as they offer experiential creative workshops infused with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s, Six Principles of Nonviolence at the New Britain Museum of American Art!
Our Fantastic presenters include:
Poet, Artist, Shanna T. Melton,
Actor, Jazmin JeanBaptiste,
Activist/Trainer, Cherell Banks,
Afro Beat Choreographer/Dancer, Adjovi Simpini
Drummer, Gamaliel Moses
Everyone welcome. The Beloved Community is the Framework for the Future!
CTCN is presenting Activists and Teaching Artists in the following locations through January for the Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday 2023
January 9 Washington Montessori School, Washington, CT- Hosted by, Trainer/Board Secretary, Debby DeGuire joined by CTCN Board Chair & Trainer Sonya Green
January 13 Watkinson School, Hartford, CT – CTCN Teaching Artist, L’Ana Burton
January 17 CREC ComSci, Enfield CT.– Senior Trainer/ Activist -Pastor James Lane
January 18 Lee H. Kellogg School, Falls Village, CT – E.D. Victoria Christgau, Teaching Artists, Gamaliel Moses and Lanea Collins
January 19 CREC ComSci, Enfield, CT Teaching Artist- Khaiim Kelly aka RaPoet
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