Film Series & Screenings
For example, discussion of materials focused on nonviolent social movements with 8th graders, based on Steve York’s documentary, “A Force More Powerful”. Public screenings have included Gene Sharp’s “How to Start a Revolution” based on his 198 methods of nonviolent direct action. and “5 Broken Cameras” a first-hand account of life and non-violent resistance in a Palestinian village surrounded by Israeli settlements along with a discussion with the film maker's brother.
The Center provides speakers on a variety of topics related to creating nonviolent solutions such as “The Real Costs of War”, “US Campaign to Close Guantanamo”, “The American Tradition of Nonviolence”, “Thomas Merton and the Spiritual Roots of Nonviolence”. Contact us with your specific needs and we will be glad to arrange for a qualified speaker to address your group.