The Ultimate Gentle Protest Course

The Ultimate Gentle Protest Course

This is a 6 week curriculum to learn the art of gentle protest. If we want to make the world beautiful & just, then we need activism to be beautiful & just

7 June 2017  // 


This is a 6 week curriculum to learn the art of gentle protest. If we want to make the world beautiful, kind and just, then we need activism to be beautiful, kind and just. Gentleness is not a weakness, it’s about treating everyone how you would like to be treated, whether they are a victim, perpetrator or bystander, encouraging them to be their best self and improve our world for all. Gentle protest has been used effectively throughout history for long term change by people like Gandhi, Martin Luther King and Nelson Mandela – they never demonised anyone and not only helped change laws but also hearts and minds. Each week there is a YouTube lesson to watch and fun homework to help you learn the art of gentle protest.

  • School Of Gentle Protest // Week 1: Gentle Protest
    20 March 2017
    20 March 2017
  • School Of Gentle Protest // Week 2: Inner Protest
    28 March 2017
    28 March 2017
  • School Of Gentle Protest // Week 3: Intimate Activism
    4 April 2017
    4 April 2017
  • School Of Gentle Protest // Week 4: Quiet Protest
    12 April 2017
    12 April 2017
  • School Of Gentle Protest // Week 5: Intriguing Protest
    18 April 2017
    18 April 2017
  • School Of Gentle Protest // Week 6: Careful Protest
    26 April 2017
    26 April 2017

 

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