to the Kansas State University Campaign for Nonviolence.
The K-State Campaign
for Nonviolence is working in many, varied ways to
apply the principles of active nonviolence to problems associated
with discrimination, harassment, violence and other abuses
of power on our campus and in our community. The overall goal
is to promote a community that is safe, respectful and equitable
for all citizens. We strongly support and promote the KSU
Principles of Community.
Consistent with the view
of K-State as a community which is both distinctive and part
of a larger community and world, the campus-wide Campaign
for Nonviolence (CNV) has been working for since 2000 to address
violence and its continuum of precursors in a manner that
we believe is unique for a university campus. We are working
to reduce violence and change the environment surrounding
conflict by learning to practice and teach nonviolence. The
K-State CNV is a growing affiliation of women and men from
all sectors of our community who share the realization that
we can build a safe community and peaceful world only if we
begin to examine conflict within the context of whole systems,
address the complex causes of violence and understand that
"nonviolence begins with you/me."
The CNV, the K-State Women's Center and SAFEZONE are associated
in these endeavors
Our main projects each year
are the Rally for Nonviolence
in the Fall term, the Season for
Nonviolence in the Spring term, and assistance with the
SAFE ZONE program throughout
If you would like to be
involved with the K-State Campaign for Nonviolence please
contact us. We want to work with you and your group to develop
or select nonviolence training techniques that will promote
our overall goal of a safe and equitable campus and community.
Pledge support to the Campaign for Nonviolence's general fund.
This fund provides for programming, educational materials,
speakers, etc. Donations can be made out to the "KSU Campaign
for Nonviolence" and sent to:
Dr. Dorinda Lambert, Chair
Campaign for Nonviolence
c/o Counseling Services
Kansas State University
232 English/Counseling Services Bldg.
Manhattan, KS 66506-6503