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Festival of Non-Violence

posted May 1, 2006

Sat May 6, 2006, Toronto, ON - 1:00 - 6:00p.m

The Humanist Movement of Toronto invites you to participate in the 'Festival of Non-Violence' on Saturday May 6th from 1:00 - 6:00p.m.

To be held rain or shine at Dufferin Grove Park, the Festival is part of planned activities around the world recognizing a Day of Non-Violence. In Liberia, Spain, Argentina, Chile, Switzerland, Sierra Leone, Guinea, Mexico, Italy, Hungary, Cameroon, India, England... people are gathering on May 6 to celebrate the force of Non-Violence in their own lives and in the world.

There's another way to live. Enough with the violence within us and around us!


- run an activity or arts table
- represent an organization at a table at the park on that day
- join the drumming circle
- spread the word and come out to join us for a great day in the park
- or just tell us what you'd like to do! it's a party!

There'll be live music(Russell Leon Band, Samba Elegua, SINVA, and others), speakers (Christian Peacemaker Teams, Charles Roach, Howard Jerome) and poets (Robert Priest), activities for kids of all ages, coffee and conversation, and a creative celebration to encourage the healthy community spirit that rejects violence in all of its forms.

See for more info, or email

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