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Connections: The Gandhi Institute's "Nonviolence Now" campaign

May 28, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic has exacerbated social inequalities, and at times, led to frustration, stress, and even fights in the community. The Gandhi Institute for Nonviolence has launched a new campaign called "Nonviolence Now" to help people communicate peacefully and resolve conflicts without causing harm.

We talk to representatives from the Institute about the project and what they hope to accomplish, especially during the pandemic. Our guests:

  • Kit Miller, director of the Gandhi Institute for Nonviolence
  • Chyna Moorehead, youth educator at the Gandhi Institute for Nonviolence
  • Alex Hubbell, youth educator at the Gandhi Institute for Nonviolence
  • Jamie Rudd, marketing and special projects coordinator and garden manager at the Gandhi Institute for Nonviolence