Sonoma State University Social Justice Week April 3 – April 7, 2017 April 4: Tuesday in Ballroom B: 3:00-4:00pm Linda Sartor – Author: Turning Fear into Power, Positive steps for personal actions towards peace.
Nonviolent Workshop – Transformative Thinking, Transformative Action
Linda Sartor, Author of Turning Fear into Power: One Woman’s Journey Confronting the War on Terror. We are honored to have Linda present her “Turning Fear Into Power” workshop to Marin County. Linda will bring her wisdom and experience in presenting how to transform our thinking and action.
Stephanie Van Hook, Director of the Metta Center for Nonviolence and children’s book author, Gandhi Searches for Truth. We are honored to have Stephanie present her incredible knowledge and experience in our nonviolent evolution.
Where: Lanham Village Community Center, 4 Martin Drive, Novato.
When: April 8th, 10:00am to 1:00 pm
Donation: $20, with no one turned away for lack of funds
On the path of nonviolence, fear can be both foe and ally. We can be curious about its message for us, and invite its wisdom; or we can let it rule us, keeping us from engaging in true depth with the very purpose of our lives. In this workshop we will explore a process for identifying our hearts’ calling–moving into relationship with our fears– and then imagine ways for strategically harnessing the transformed fear energy into concrete, constructive and creative actions for long-term nonviolent change, such as restorative justice and unarmed protection teams.
Linda is available to schedule an interview or Book Talk (with or without a slide show). She can also schedule a Turning Fear Into Power workshop during which she will work with participants to be in a new relationship with whatever fears emerge as they think about pursuing their hearts’ longings. She asks for her expenses to be covered if she needs to travel outside of Sonoma County, California. Please go to the Contact Me page on this website to let Linda know of your interest.