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Young Adult Peacemaker Training in PA DL:12/8/06

Peacemaker Training Institute
January 3-10, 2007
Kirkridge Retreat Center
Bangor, Pennsylvania, USA

A program of the Fellowship of Reconciliation (FOR), the Peacemaker Training Institute introduces young people (ages 17-25) to nonviolence as a transformative lifestyle and powerful method of social change.

Participants will develop and strengthen a solid foundation in nonviolence and anti-racist analysis. Topics including racism, anti-racist organizing, gender oppression, LGBTQ issues, economic inequality, privilege, and militarism are explored in depth.

PTI is facilitated by a core team of young people that includes US-FOR staff, local organizers, and experienced peace and justice organizers from affiliated organizations.

Fees are assessed on a sliding scale of $475 – $625 based upon the ability to pay. Those with school, religious institution, or other organizational sponsorship are asked to pay the full cost. Scholarship support is available.

The program is subsidized by Kirkridge’s New Generation Fund.

For an application, contact:

Naomi Sea Young
651-647-4465 work
651-757-5353 cell
email: naomiseayoung@ forusa.org

Also, you can get the application on-line, at:

http://youth. forusa.org

The application deadline is December 8th, 2006

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John Woolman College of Equity-Restorative Justice
Peacemaking and Conflict Transformation [CERJ]
c/o John Wilmerding <wilmerding@earthlin k.net>
217 High Street, Brattleboro, VT, USA 05301
Phone: (01)-802-254- 2826 Email to: CERJ@igc.org
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“… where Quakers and revolutionaries join for life …”
— Laura Nyro, from ‘New York Tendaberry’, 1969
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To join (or leave) the College’s email list, send
an email message to wilmerding@earthlin k.net
or to CERJ@igc.org, including your first & last name,
your email address, and your state, province or
country of residence. A partial CERJ list archive is
at this site: http://lists. topica.com/ lists/CERJ/ read
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