Come to World Fellowship Center, 368 Drake Hill Road, for this week’s 7:30pm programming on developing tools of the activist trade.
The informative participatory program includes compassion communication, building coalitions for the common good, and media skills. Thursday, 10am there will also be a session entitled, Driving Corporate Accountability in the Garment Industry. Sessions will be lead by Beverly Woods, a Nonviolent Communication study group leader; Arnie Alpert and Maggie Fogarty of the American Friends Service Committee; and Liana Foxvog of the International Labor Rights forum.
The World Fellowship Center promotes peace and social justice through education and dialogue, inspired by nature. Scenically located in Albany, NH, the program takes place along with hiking, biking, and artistic activities. Participants may reserve a room or come for the day. Please call or email to make a reservation today! 603-447-2280 or firstname.lastname@example.org For more information http://www.worldfellowshp.org