PUBLICATIONS

Kingian Nonviolence & Conflict Reconciliation Publications

The Leaders Manual – A Structured Guide & Introduction to Kingian Nonviolence: The Philosophy and Methodology, by Bernard LaFayette, Jr., and David C. Jehnsen

This 26-module nonviolence education program text presents an introduction to Martin Luther King, Jr.’s philosophy and methodology.  The Leaders Manual examines the historical context, philosophical and strategic foundations and mobilization and organizational methods of Kingian nonviolence conflict reconciliation.  The manual is the text for the faculty development programs.

English Edition  ISBN:1-888615-00-1
Spanish Edition ISBN: 1-888615-07-9

$45.00 US ($56.00 CAN)


The Briefing Booklet – An Orientation to the Kingian Nonviolence Conflict Reconciliation Program and The Leaders Manual, by Bernard LaFayette, Jr.,and David C. Jehnsen

This booklet provides a comprehensive introduction to the educational program and to Martin Luther King, Jr.’s philosophy and strategies.  It is adapted from The Leaders Manual and is designed to assist leadership in examining the skills, scope and content of the Kingian Nonviolence Conflict Reconciliation Program.  With five modules from The Leaders Manual, this booklet is designed for briefing and orientation sessions.

English Edition  ISBN: 1-888615-01-X
Spanish Edition ISBN: 1-888615-03-6

$23.00 US ($28.00 CAN)


The Law Enforcement Workbook – The Kingian Nonviolence Conflict Reconciliation Program: Strategies for Respondingto Conflict and Violence, by Bernard LaFayette, Jr.,and David C. Jehsen with Captain Charles L. Alphin, Sr. (Ret.)

This workbook provides a fresh approach to community problem solving within law enforcement.  It combines an adaptation of The Leaders Manual with Captain Charles L. Alphin, Sr.’s experience using the universal concepts of Kingian Nonviolence Conflict Reconciliation in police work.  The Law Enforcement Workbook is produced in two versions: one edition for officer training and the other for command rank leadership.

Community Mobilization Skills for Law Enforcement ISBN: 1-888615-02-8  $25.00 US ($31.00 CAN)

Law Enforcement Command Rank Leadership Program ISBN: 1-8886

15-06-0  $30.00 US ($37.00 CAN)

 

 

 


The Community Leaders Workbook – The Kingian Nonviolence Conflict Reconciliation Program: Strategies for Responding to Conflict and Violence, by Bernard LaFayette, Jr., and David C. Jehnsen

 

This workbook is a fresh introduction to the skills and information of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s philosophy and methodology of nonviolence.  It has been adapted from The Leaders Manual for use in leadership development programs with community leaders.  The 14-unit program examines the history and legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s leadership, the nature and dynamics of conflict and violence, Dr. King’s philosphy and strategy, and mobilization and leadership skills for community leaders.  The workbook is the text for the community leadership education program.

English Edition  ISBN: 1-888615-04-4
Spanish Edition ISBN: 1-888615-05-2

$30.00 US ($37.00 CAN)

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For more information about US-Cuban relations, please visit the websites of these organizations:

Latin American Working Group

Washington Office on Latin America

For other nonviolence and peace resources, please follow the links below:

U.S. Institute of Peace Religion and Peacemaking Program

Center for Nonviolence and Peace Studies at the University of Rhode Island

To learn more about the Historic Peace Churches and their activities, please visit these websites:

Every Church a Peace Church

Christian Peacemakers Team

On Earth Peace Assembly

American Friends Service Committee

Mennonite Central Committee