Nonviolence has been proven to be incredibly effective in addressing oppression even though our culture may not embrace or encourage this truth. Nonviolent activists utilize the power we have as people working collaboratively for a common good to employ a wide variety of strategies, such as rallies, marches, hunger strikes, boycotts, and much more. This one hour event uses the example of the Children’s March of 1963 in Birmingham, AL to explore the planning and implementation of a nonviolent action to address oppression. In between watching age appropriate excerpts from Mighty Times: The Children’s March, participants of all ages will talk about Kingian Nonviolence and sing. Best for people ages 5 and up.

Join this program!

  • Kellogg-Hubbard Library in Montpelier on Saturday, February 18 at 10:30am (Facebook Event)
  • Brownell Library in Essex on Wednesday, March 15 at 3:30pm (Facebook Event)