Carry the Vision Community Nonviolence Conference
Discover a new way of living!
Join the over 500 people who come from diverse sectors of our community for the eighth Carry the Vision Community Nonviolence Conference on September 29, 2012.
Youth Leadership Summit
Carry the Vision is partnering with YES! for Schools to provide practical strategies to inspire high school aged young people to become empowered nonviolent leaders in their community.
Our youth are our future! We can support them in becoming empowered to stand up for compassion, wisdom and and to do what is right. Each young person is a potential leader.
The summit will engage the young people in experiential activities that re-awaken the values of commitment, responsibility, creativity and team work — qualities inherent in an empowered nonviolent leader.
We request that all youth pre-register to allow our summit leaders to plan appropriately.
Women’s Leadership in Overcoming Violence
This panel brings together leaders from our community who have been dedicated to creating more peaceful families and communities. These leaders represent spiritual communities, domestic violence, religious tolerance, police and community dialog and hate free communities.
Judge LaDoris Cordell
Independent Police Auditor
Rev. Ellen Grace O’Brian
Founder of Carry the Vision and Center for Spiritual Enlightenment
Executive Director of Next Door Solutions to Domestic Violence
Manager of the Santa Clara County Office of Human Relations
Founder and Executive Director of American Muslim Voice
Religious Leaders Summit
Religious leaders from many different faith traditions will gather together to engage with each other on the critical question of overcoming violence in our valley and discuss what they can do together that they cannot do alone.
Dr. Michael Nagler – founder of the Metta Center
Robert Niederman- founder of Silicon Valley Nonviolent Communication
Compassionate Parenting for Peaceful Families
Patricia Belvel and Rev. Christine Sodt
Meditation Practice for Peace
Beverly Kam, Center for Spiritual Enlightenment
Bold Vision for Tough Times: The Union of Human Rights and Nonviolence
Richard Hobbs – founder of The Human Agenda
– Bullying: Supporting Our Youth for a Peaceful Life
– Women’s Leadership in Overcoming Violence
– Social Change Through Cooperation and Compassion
– Mentoring Youth for a Peaceful and Successful Future
Find out more at carrythevision.org