Instructors: Valarie Kaur
“Revolutions do not happen only in grand moments in public view but also in small pockets of people coming together to inhabit a new way of being.” --Valarie Kaur
Join the Institute for Nonprofit Practice on April 8, 2021 for a powerful and inspiring discussion with renowned author, TED presenter, civil rights activist, filmmaker, lawyer and Sikh American voice, Valarie Kaur. Hear directly from Valarie about her new book, See No Stranger: A Memoir and Manifesto of Revolutionary Love which she describes as “a radical and joyful practice to heal ourselves and transform the world around us.”
Attendees will learn about the Revolutionary Love Project, a movement and practice to help transform American culture and politics that centers on love for others, our opponents, and ourselves. The Revolutionary Love Project offers calls to action, tools, inspiration, and support to fight for social justice through the ethic of love.
As Michelle Alexander, author of The New Jim Crow, wrote, “See No Stranger is rooted in radical honesty, vulnerability, and fierce commitment to building a world in which we all belong. Her powerful memoir offers a moral compass for our time.”
You won’t want to miss this session which will be moderated by INP’s President and CEO, Yolanda Coentro.
Registration fee: Free