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Pre-Register for National Summit on Non-Violence

When: Saturday, August 23, 2014, 9am – 5pm

Location: Metropolitan AME Church, 1518 M. Street, NW, Washington DC

PRE-REGISTRATION FORM-NATIONAL SUMMIT ON NON-VIOLENCE HERE

National Week of Non-Violence

“National Week of Non-Violence, August 16-23, 2014″

If your organization wants to participate follow directions below:

Click Here for National Week of Non-Violence Flyer

STEP ONE: Please list 2014 Non-Violence events here

STEP TWO: POST UP YOUR NON-VIOLENCE EVENTS ON MASTER CALENDAR

Note: All 2014 Events welcomed to be listed

Violence Prevention Film

“On 2nd Thought”




Charlene Ligon with Governor Martin O’Malley at Morrison-Exon Dinner in Nebraska

Charter Member Charlene Ligon, Chair of the Sarpy County Democratic Party with Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley at Nebraska Democratic Party’s Morrison-Exon Dinner on July 26,2014 in La Vista, Nebraska.

Charlene received the Morrison-Exon Award for her service as the a County Party officer who has worked tirelessly to the promote the activities and values of the Democratic Party in Sarpy County and throughout the state.  Governor O’Malley was the keynote speaker.

National Summit Council Announces National Week of Non-Violence

(Left to Right) Dr. Stephanie E. Myers, Nat. Co-Chair, Black Women for Positive Change; BW4PC Chaplain Rev. Dr. Barbara Reynolds, Press Conference Moderator; Summit Council Members Mayor William Euille, Alexandria, VA; Rabbi Batya Steinlauf, Jewish Community Relations Council, Marcus Hughes, NAACP; and Imam Talib Shareef, Nation’s Mosque in DC; BW4PC Charter Member Rev. Emily Ward; Uniformed Officers of Metropolitan Police Dept. and Bernadette Tolson, BW4PC Charter Member and Chair, BW4PC Development Committee.

Rabbi Steinlauf, Imam Shareef, Dr. Myers

Rabbi Steinlauf, Imam Shareef, Dr. Myers

Mayor William Euille, Alexandria, VA; Dr. Stephanie Myers, Nat Co-Chair, BW4PC; Bernadette Tolson & Rabbi Batya Steinlauf, BW4PC Charter Members; Rev. Dr. Barbara Reynolds, Chaplain and Moderator; and Marcus Hughes, Summit Council Member and Youth Council, NAACP.

Mayor William Euille, Alexandria, VA; Dr. Stephanie Myers, Nat Co-Chair, BW4PC; Bernadette Tolson & Rabbi Batya Steinlauf, BW4PC Charter Members; Rev. Dr. Barbara Reynolds, Chaplain and Moderator; and Marcus Hughes, Summit Council Member and Youth Council, NAACP.

Uniformed Officers of Metropolitan Police Dept.

Uniformed Officers of Metropolitan Police Dept.

BW4PC Chaplain Rev Dr. Barbara Reynolds Inducted into Morehouse Chapel Board of Preachers

On Wednesday, April 2, 2014, BW4PC Chaplain Rev. Dr. Barbara Reynolds was Inducted into the Board of Preachers, Martin Luther King International Chapel, at Morehouse College. This is a special honor for a woman Faith Leader. Photo left to right: Rev. Keith Magee, Inductee Rev Dr Barbara Reynolds, Inductee and Lawrence Carter, Dean Morehouse Chapel.

Kayla Hicks at Black Women’s Roundtable Women’s Empowerment Conference

Kayla Hicks represented BW4PC at Black Women’s Roundtable Women’s Empowerment Conference, Arlington, VAKayla A. Hicks, Regional Organizing Director, Virginians for Responsible Gun Laws
Rev. Marcia Dyson, Founder & CEO, Women’s Global Initiative and M&M Dyson, LLC. Debra Speed, Dir. for Public Policy & Strategic Alliances at Verizon Communications, a Dow Jones 30 Company
Dr. Mary E. Ivey, President & CEO Maine Ave. Ministries and Author

Sukari Wright, 13-yr-old poet, performs moving piece at Law Center ‘s 21st Anniversary Dinner

National Week of Nonviolence with Congressman John Lewis

“Changing the Culture of VIolence in America.”

Another View Host Barbara Hamm Lee interviews Stephanie Myers and Ruth Marshall about "Changing the Culture of VIolence in America."

Stephanie Myers & Ruth Marshall with Barbara Hamm-Lee

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