National Stop the Violence Alliance, Inc.'s (NSTVA) mission is to help heal our communities through the principles of nonviolence. NSTVA is committed to working collaboratively with the community through ministerial outreach, youth programs, collective conferences with law enforcement agencies and public officials, and informational seminars about the effects of drug usage, gang violence, sex education, and about economic uplifting, such as how to ace interviews, how to obtain employment, and how to manage unemployment. It is NSTVA's mission to help end violence across the country and to bring awareness to many illness that are affecting our culture.
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"Nonviolence is a way of life for courageous people." That is one of the six principles of nonviolence adapted by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. While it is imperative for us to teach our children how to pass standardized tests or how to make money upon graduation, character and nonviolence education is needed. It starts at home and within us.
"Nonviolence is a weapon of the strong." -- Mohandas Gandhi NSTVA Nonviolence Pledge I, (your name), pledge... 1. To respect myself, my family, my school, my community, and others through my words and actions; 2. To not bring a weapon or drugs into my home, my school, or my community; 3. To think before I act or react because my actions could be hurtful to me or to others; 4. To listen…