The American Friends Service Committee’s Inclusive Justice Program’s “Peace-Building-Dialogue Training” provides an opportunity to learn and practice the skills needed for engaging in conversation about conflictual topics at home, in interpersonal relationships, at work, in classes, in meetings, andbeyond.
We invite you to attend a training scheduled for Sunday June 12, 2011 from 1:30-5:30 pm at Ann Arbor’s First Presbyterian Church, south side of Washtenaw Avenue east of South University Avenue. Church and street parking available. This basic training will include an overview of the principles and pragmatics of peace-making dialogue, and time for practicing the method set forth in the training overview.
There is a $10.00 suggested donation. The proceeds will go to benefit the Jim Toy Community Center. The donation and pre-registration can be taken care of through:
For further information, contact Jim Toy MSW at firstname.lastname@example.org (734-930-0056 extension 211).
Imagine one day waking up and discovering that bullying, harassing, and saying rude mean comments were no longer the norm. How would your day change? The Jim Toy Community Center is committed to making this change in our community.
March 13, 2011 is the Anti-Bullying Summit II. We are meeting at the First Presbyterian Church 1432 Washtenaw Avenue in Ann Arbor, from 1:00-4:00 p.m.
Did you know that Michigan remains one of ﬁve states with no anti-bullying law to help usher in progress in dealing with the most common form of violence in our schools? Create a change by joining the Resources/Statewide Initiatives and policy.
Do you know how to interrupt these comments?
“That’s so gay.”
Create a change by joining the Local Initiatives, Cyberbullying/ Teacher & Staff Training.
Can you think of three examples to support the statement, “being different can be dangerous”?
Create a change by joining the Help for Bullies & Targets/Youth Education.
We look forward to working with you to create a Bully Free Community. RSVP on Facebook!