COMMUNICATING ACROSS CULTURE AND RACE
WITH PEACEBUILDING, FORGIVENESS AND RESTORATIVE HEALING
The Association for Dispute Resolution of Northern California (ADRNC)
in co-sponsorship with
Saint Mary's College of California Leadership Studies Programs
Presents the Third Annual Winter Workshop & Awards Ceremony
Saturday and Sunday, December 10 - 11, 2016, 10am - 5pm
St. Mary's College of California, Moraga, CA
Soda Center, Lafayette and Moraga Rooms
A Day to Listen, See and Feel Together
featuring Story Bridge
in collaboration with Community Performance International
Facilitators: Richard Owen Geer, Qinghong Wei, Ty Blair, Gail K. Efting, and Bonnie Wills
• Self-Identification work, creating safe space to hold challenging stories and language around racial experience and challenges
• Story creating, sharing, feeling and showing
Forgiving: The Four-Fold Path for Healing Ourselves and Our World
Facilitated by Gail K. Efting
• The Forgiveness Journey as described by
Reverends Mpho and Desmond Tutu
• Forgiveness is not a process we work, it's a journey we walk.
THE HARRIET WHITMAN LEE PARTNERSHIP AWARD and
THE ADRNC PROMISE AWARD
A Closing Restorative Circle Process
Circle Keepers: Ty Blair, Rahkii Holman of Community Works West,
Malachi Scott of Restorative Justice for Oakland Youth (RJOY),
and other circle leaders holding the healing circle
Coffee, tea and light breakfast provided.
Saint Mary’s Café Louis is available for lunch items until 2:00pm on Saturday.
You may also enjoy off-campus lunch options, or bring your lunch.
Cost: $20-$200 per day, $10 per day for full-time students
We are offering an open scale fee structure, a pay it forward opportunity!
Your generosity helps keep our programs accessible to all.
Limited Scholarships are also available. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Please join us and experience the intersections of cross cultural communication, peacebuilding and conflict transformation at ADRNC’s Annual Winter Workshop. This event is devoted to building bridges of understanding and strengthening relationships across race, culture and political divides.