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What are these classes?
This is an opportunity for individuals interested in peace to hear renowned speakers, create connections, share ideas and learn some new ones. Peace Education is structured with discussions, sharing, group work, speakers, networking, and planning time. Peace Education can be brought to your site as well! Please contact us to find out more about this opportunity!
 
Who attends?
Anyone and everyone who is committed to more peaceful homes, schools, businesses, and communities is encouraged to attend.  Bring a friend or colleague with you so that you will feel supported in your efforts!
 
 
Peace Education Classes and Registration
 
Are you looking forward to this year's World Citizen peace education session? So are we! Register now! Find the details below.
October 22, 2019, 8:30 am to 3:00 pm
"Human Centered Design"
with Dr. Ramon A. Pastrano IV
"Human Trafficking"
Tamara Stark, Tubman Group
Dr. Pastrano is an architect of system change and human transformation. He founded ImpactLives in 2007 as a center for cultural competence, and as laboratory social responsibility and innovation. Through awareness-based leadership and critical thinking, his model is designed to assist individuals and organizations in developing new frameworks from where to solve their most challenging problems. By critically reflecting on the social-cultural and geopolitical structures as a whole, his model helps to provide a better understanding of complex systems.
Tamara Stark leads development, research, and implementation of effective, entrepreneurial, and innovative programs in partnership with local and national initiatives to improve the lives of youth and families. She oversees curriculum development and prevention, intervention, outreach, and youth leadership programs in residential, school, and community settings. She works to build inclusive and responsive systems of care with diverse communities by participating in cross-disciplinary efforts focused on positive youth and family development, violence prevention, and ending homelessness. She serves on various local boards and also represents Tubman on the governing boards for the Minnesota Coalition for Battered Women and the Minnesota Women’s Consortium to enhance research, policy, and practice connections. She has participated in local and national peer leadership collaborations to improve regional program quality, equity, and resource development with and for underserved youth and families.
Cost: There is no fee to attend!
January 28, 2020, 8:30 am to 3:00 pm
"Spark Understanding, Stitch Connections"
with Erin Walsh
Erin Walsh of Spark and Stitch (formerly Mind Positive Parenting) will be our speaker. This workshop will address parenting and teaching for courage and connection in the digital age." 
Cost: There is no fee to attend!
Location for the October and January Workshops?
St. Michael’s Lutheran Church 
1660 County Rd. B, St. Paul, 55113 
(One block west of Snelling Ave. on County Rd. B in Roseville)
Logistics
Continental breakfast and a box lunch are included (feel free to bring your own food for dietary specific needs).
   
Reminder: Water will be available to fill your water bottle (adhering to PROTECT the environment, bottles of water will no longer provided).
   
All sessions begin at 8:30 am (continental breakfast at 8:00 am).
   
For daytime programs, up to two substitutes per school district expenses reimbursed (not in excess of $150 per substitute)
   
CEUs are provided.
April 21, 2020, 7:00 to 9:00 pm
Exciting speaker to be announced!
Cost: There is no fee to attend!
Location for the April presentation?
The Loft Literary Center
1011 S. Washington Avenue, Suite 200
Minneapolis, MN
Logistics
Appetizers provided. Beverage cart available.
   
CEUs are provided.
Questions?
If you have any questions about Peace Education, please contact us.
Please Register
There is no cost to attend Peace Education onsite, however registration is required so that we may plan for your attendance. Invite a friend to attend with you!
 
       
 
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