June 26 - Ms. Adrian Coleman, vice president for marketing at Citi (standing at center) and Ms. Natasha Foreman (behind podium at left), CEO of Foreman & Associates, LLC, both teaching here under the auspices of Operation Hope, conduct workshop on "Banking for Your Future" as part of the financial literacy program of the first session of the King Center's Youth Nonviolence Summer Camp.
The King Center is sponsoring two summer camp sessions, the “N.O.W. Encounter: Kingian Nonviolence in Action” from June 25-29 and July 16-20 to help prepare young people to apply Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s philosophy of nonviolence to resolve conflicts in their daily lives and to become ambassadors for nonviolent social change. The day camp sessions, which will be conducted at The King Center, will also include “experiential learning” field trips to Montgomery and Birmingham, Alabama, as well as team-building activities; creative presentations; non-competitive sports games; contemporary positive music; and celebrity guests. Participants in the N.O.W. (Nonviolence Opportunity Watch) Encounter include 40 young people from diverse communities, ages 13-18 in each session.
“Our 2012 summer youth encounter will prepare youth to be influential leaders and change agents serving as catalysts to their peers, as well as help them to enhance their leadership and team-building skills” said King Center C.E.O. Bernice A. King..We’re presenting a fantastic opportunity for young people to experience an amazing week of Edu-inspir-tainment: education, inspiration and entertainment.”
June 26 - King Center lead nonviolence trainer Charles Alphin conducts a briefing for chaperons of youth enrolled in the "N.O.W. Encounter - Summer Nonviolence Youth Camp" during day 2 of the first Nonviolence Camp session.
King Center nonviolence trainer Bryan Murray (left) conducts 'breakout' workshop session exercise on cooperation and nonviolent leadership.
King Center nonviolence trainer Gerald Alphin conducts 'breakout' workshop session at King Center's screening room during the Center's Nonviolence Youth Camp.