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Nonviolent Communication (NVC) with Zhana

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Host Naimah Latif

Host Naimah Latif


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Zhana will be joined by her friend and colleague, Nonviolent Communication (NVC) Certified Trainer Ceri Buckmaster.  So if you have any questions about NVC, this is a chance for you to get some answers! 

Some of Ceri's blog posts are: 

Compassion for Your Addictions Is the Key to Lasting Change

Allowing Something to Flourish - Supporting Nonviolent Social Action!

For more about NVC, see NVC Resources

See also: The Blogging Carnival for Nonviolence.  Please submit your blog post!

Later, we will be talking about the content that has been screened on TV since the death of George Floyd.  Some of this content is new and some is from the archives: 

  • BBC's Sitting in Limbo, about the so-called Windrush scandal and the "hostile environment" of the Home Office;
  • Channel 4's Justice for Joy, about the death of Joy Gardner;
  • Channel 5's Racism: My Story;
  • Channel 4's The Talk;
  • BBC's two David Olusoga documentaries, Black and British, a Forgotten History, and The Unwanted:  The Secret Windrush Files

This must be happening in the United States as well as other countries. 

Why are these being screened now?  I am curious about the timing. 

Did you watch them?  And if so, what did you think?



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