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True Confessions

Center co-founder Michael True was a man of many titles – professor of American Literature, father, writer, and one of Worcester’s most indefatigable peacemakers. During his life, Michael devoted a lot of ink to highlighting the work of nonviolent activists, known and...

Walk with Me

Walk With Me: A Biography of Fannie Lou Hamer Tuesday, March 23rd at 12:00 PM (Register Here)   Author Kate Clifford Larson speaks on her upcoming biography of civil rights leader Fannie Lou Hamer Fannie Lou Hamer was an extraordinary American activist whose...

Annual Meeting

Center for Nonviolent Solutions Annual Meeting Tuesday, March 30th at 7:00 PM (Register Here) The evening includes a brief review of our 2020 programs and a presentation by Paula Green and Gwen Johnson on Hands Across the Hills: US Dialogues in an Era of Polarization...

Nonviolent Policing

Is Nonviolent Policing Possible? Charles Alphin Sr. a retired police captain and veteran trainer in Kingian Nonviolence thinks so. Join us for an engaging evening on nonviolence and policing. Wednesday, February 24 – 7:00 p.m. Discussion and Q&A to follow. Event...

The Third Harmony

Join us for a Virtual Screening of The Third Harmony, Michael Nagler’s outstanding documentary on nonviolence. Wednesday, January 27 Livestream Film Screening at 7:00 PM (Screening Room opens at 6:30 PM) Post-Screening Discussion at 7:50 PM Screening room:...

Michael True’s new memoir available this holiday season

True Commitments, Michael True’s long-awaited memoir is out! Just in time for your holiday gift giving. A professor of literature, author, peace scholar, and committed father, Michael was an irrepressible advocate of nonviolence. Throughout his life, he wrote of poets...