Next event: July 2022
This is a drop-in group that meets every other month (on Zoom) to connect & learn about transformative, nonviolent solutions to conflict in communities worldwide. These events are without obligation, but with opportunities to learn about and support our peacebuilding projects.
Erasure and Restoration: An Exploration of Past and Present in the Kwinitekw Valley’s Indigenous Communities
2020 was the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower’s landing in Wampanoag territory in 1620. Through events and working groups facilitated by Native people and non-Native allies, this series worked to analyze the meaning and process of relationship-building, reconciliation, land caretaking, memory, and inclusive curricula that explore Native histories, cultures, and lived experiences.Learn more & watch recordings
What can we learn from peace workers around the world who are using dialogue, mediation, and other community-based approaches to heal divides and interrupt cycles of violence?
Drawing on Karuna Center’s partnerships in Bosnia, Rwanda, and Nigeria, as well as promising efforts in the US, this virtual talk & discussion series highlighted creative, innovative, and successful responses to conflict that are building community and supporting lasting peace.Learn more & watch recordings