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Events

Gandhi Tea

Grab a cup of tea and join us to learn more about the work we do in the Rochester community

Race and Restorative Justice Book Group

This book group is for people who are interested and committed to deepening their understanding of the intersection of race and restorative justice.  Gandhi Institute staff members Natasha Morrison, Erin …

My Grandmother’s Hands Book Group Discussion

This book group is for people interested in exploring how our bodies store and respond to our racial history. During each week’s discussions, we will share space while learning grounding …

Medicine For Hate

What is hate? How does it shape our thoughts, identities, and communities? What can we do about it? Join Gandhi Institute Director Kit Miller and colleague Chyna Moorehead for an …

Nonviolence News Happy Hour

Join the M.K. Gandhi Institute and Nonviolence News Editor Rivera Sun and others to explore this week’s Nonviolence News stories. Share your favorite headlines, your burning questions, the most creative …

Anger as a Voice for Change

Anger is a powerful emotion that can sometimes have destructive effects, but anger can also be harnessed to remind us what’s important, and to create change in our interpersonal relationships …

Online Grief Cirlce

Join us for this opportunity to share what’s heavy on your heart during these uncertain times. Registration & Cost: Capacity is limited to 25, please register below to reserve your …

Restorative Systems: Justice and Community Safety Reimagined

During this learning event you will begin to develop the experience and skills needed to support organizations and communities in developing their own restorative systems. We strongly recommend that participants from neighborhood …

Gandhi Tea

Grab a cup of tea and join us to learn more about the work we do in the Rochester community

Restorative Systems: Justice and Community Safety Reimagined

During this learning event you will begin to develop the experience and skills needed to support organizations and communities in developing their own restorative systems. We strongly recommend that participants from neighborhood …