Nonviolence training at The King Center

Second year Start Strong ATL youth leader Zabian Head attended the NOW Encounter leadership training at The King Center here in Atlanta as part of his Start Strong ATL training.

He’s one of our talented writers, and he composed this spoken word piece to present on his last day.

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2 Responses to “Nonviolence training at The King Center”

  1. trexzeigler says:

    The tongue is the most powerful weapon known to man.If you can harness its power you can rule the world. All of the worlds most powerful people are excellent speakers. This is a excellent representation of what Kingian nonviolence stands for. Props to Zabian for this phenomenal poem.

  2. KeAnna says:


    Please continue discussion on the forum: link


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