The Nonviolent Cities Project is a grassroots movement and organizing strategy for activists to work locally for the transformation of their community into a peaceful nonviolent city, as Martin Luther King, Jr. envisioned it. It is a new vision, a shift in consciousness, to work more holistically with every sector of the city to establish a culture of peace.
PEACE WEEK ACTIONS YEARLY
Join with all 50 states for the United Nations International Peace Day, September 21st every year and extend actions for one week with celebrations, demonstrations, marches, vigils, and rallies for world peace.
HUMAN RIGHTS EDUCATION
Use the Youth for Human Rights International educational package to educate students to learn about the United Nations 30 Basic Human Rights and work towards ending human trafficking.
WORKSHOPS & TRAININGS
Coordinate nonviolence workshops and training sessions to learn strategies for developing skills to build the concept of nonviolence locally.