2020 Season for Nonviolence

2020 Season for Nonviolence

East Bay Church 2020 Season for Nonviolence

Carry the Vision

January 30 – April 4



Schedule of Events

February 2: Local Hero Award to Gloria Lockett at East Bay Sunday Service

February 22: Nonviolent Communication Workshop with Kiran Patel at East Bay Church

February 23: Local Hero Award to Keith “K-Dub” Williams at East Bay Sunday Service

March 22: Local Hero Award to Rev. Liza Rankow

March 28: Interfaith Service

March 29: Peace Vigil for those in our area killed by violence


Sponsored by East Bay Church of Religious Science
4130 Telegraph Ave
Oakland, CA 94609

For more information call 510.420.1003


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Downloadable PDF for Season for Nonviolence Schedule

 

 

Downloadable PDF for Season for Kiran Patel Nonviolent Communication Workshop

 

 

Downloadable PDF — Season for Nonviolence — 64 Days

 

 

Downloadable PDF — Interfaith Service

 

 


Local Hero Spotlight

Gloria Lockett co-founded the California Prostitutes Education Project (Cal-PEP) in 1984 and serves as its Executive Director. Cal-PEP is nationally recognized for its effective approaches to working with hard-to-reach, high-risk populations. Our work takes us into the trenches of East and West Oakland, as well as other communities throughout Alameda and San Francisco Counties, to serve those who have limited access to healthcare. CaL-PEP’s work has assisted in pioneering effective prevention strategies in street outreach and mobile HIV/AIDS, STD, and hepatitis testing. Our mission is to provide accessible health education, disease prevention, risk reduction, treatment, and support services to people at high risk for or currently living with HIV/AIDS — using cultural relevance, humility and grace as our guiding principles.

Gloria has received numerous awards through her career including:

The Fifth Annual Dr. Robert C. Scott “Trailblazer Award” for “outstanding accomplishments working with people with HIV/AIDS”, from the the Office of AIDS Administration, Alameda County Department of Public Health, in 2013.

The 16th Annual Madame C. J. Walker “Advocacy Award” from the Bay Area chapter of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, In 2014.


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