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  • Youth Defining Peace

    Students at Sullivan Middle School continue to inspire and teach us as we work together on developing knowledge and skills related to conflict and peace.

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  • Gathering to Remember Martin Luther King, Jr.

    On Thursday January 15th, Center Board members, Paul Ropp, Claire Schaeffer-Duffy, and Martha Yager, participated in a panel discussion on two topics: Dr. King’s Legacy and Current Struggles with Inequality...

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CNVS_LogoW-Web-400w-T.pngPlease Note: We have had a few inquiries about the weather forecast. However, we are moving forward with holding Cultivating Nonviolence TODAY at 5:30 pm
Hope to see you there!


Cultivating Nonviolence:
A celebration of peace education in our schools and neighborhoods

Tuesday, March 3 * 5:30-7:00 PM 
                                                        Worcester Public Library, Saxe Room

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FREE and open to the public.
All are welcome to come enjoy:

  • An interactive presentation from Sam Diener, a Conflict
    Transformation Consultant who informs our peace education work;

  • Music by Neighborhood Strings, a community-based program of the Worcester Chamber Music Society that offers free music lessons in violin, viola, and cello to Main South youth;

  • Highlights of our work with Worcester Public School youth.

Includes the Center for Nonviolent Solutions' Annual Meeting

No reservations needed. Hope to see you there!


 We appreciate YOU!

  • Learn about our recent work in 2014 Highlights
  • Thank you for the the financial support from many individuals, foundations, businesses, municipal and state funders who makes this work possible!
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If We Don't Teach Peace

“If We Don't Teach Peace” is a sixteen-minute documentary about the Center for Nonviolent Solutions work. Through interviews with members of the Center's Board, staff, colleagues, and participants, hear about the importance and efficacy of skills in assessing and transforming conflict toward a culture of peace. This film is dedicated to William P. Densmore, co-founder (along with Michael True) of the Center.

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