INTRODUCTION TO KINGIAN NONVIOLENCE

Two-day training workshop for teachers and community activitsts on the 50th commemoration of the 1966 Marquette Park march. 

WHERE: Chicago Theological Seminary, 1407 E. 60th St.
WHEN: August 3-4, 2016, 10 AM - 4 PM daily
TRAINERS: Mary Lou Finley, Pam Smith & Gail Schechter

With remarks by Sherri Bevel, daughter of Chicago civil rights activists.

REGISTRATION: $40 includes lunch and materials. Download the registration form at https://cfm50.wordpress.com/

For more info email psmith20@masonlive.gmu.edu or call (312) 719-3740 and visit www.mlkmemorialchicago.org 

Sponsored by the Addie Wyatt Nonviolence Training Center and Chicago Theological Seminary

Rev. Dr. Addie L. Wyatt was one of the country's foremost champions for organized labor and civil rights. As a union leader, Rev. Wyatt fought for principles of worker rights such as equal pay for equal work and leadership roles for minorities and women, and she was the first female president of a local chapter of the United Packinghouse Workers of America. Wyatt worked with the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and endured violent opposition during marches with King in Chicago in the 1960s. She was a member of the Action Committee during the Chicago Freedom Movement and she and her husband were founding members of Operation Breadbasket, serving on its board.

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Gail Schechter

Gail Schechter Consulting, 9033 Keating Avenue, Skokie, IL, 60076