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Janet Chisholm


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"Peace Begins with ME!" with Len Ellis

March 9, 2012:  listen (left click),  download (right click)


Change is in the air ---from Middle America to the Middle East. Frustration and despair are increasing. How will this rising anger play out? How will people engage with their opponents? What methods will they use? We know that anger, properly directed, can be the fuel for constructive change. And we know that successful nonviolent movements are not spontaneous. They require training and practice, personal reflection and discernment, as well as activism. They require both inner work and outer work.

Creating a Culture of Peace (CCP) trainings prepare individuals and groups for constructive, nonviolent change. They build and strengthen skills for respectful engagement with opponents, instead of confrontation that polarizes and demonizes. They increase group solidarity through a shared foundation in language, stories, and principles; through analysis of successful nonviolent social change movements; and by planning concrete projects on issues that concern them. The CCP popular education approach maximizes mutual learning and participation, using a variety of interactive exercises and media. CCP has worked with thousands of participants and prepared over 300 trainers. Host organizations include veterans, faith groups, colleges and seminaries, and peace and justice groups across the U.S., and an organization in Palestine.

Janet Chisholm is founder, director and lead trainer for CCP, a nonprofit organization. She first established the program at the Fellowship of Reconciliation when she was executive director and training coordinator. It reflects a faith commitment and her experiences in anti-poverty work, religious education, teaching children and university student teachers, and years of peace activism. She holds degrees in Religion and Human Development.




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