Bryan Adams High School senior Elias Palmitano says it all started with the school bully. “It changed what I thought about myself,” he said. An Argentinian immigrant, as a kid Elias hated being picked on. “So I wanted revenge.
Progreso, Honduras April 7-10, 2017 It was a privilege to be in Honduras where 51 young people gathered in the city of Progreso, Honduras. They came from five cities and following our time together on Saturday and Sunday, they are
On March 25, 2017, Richard Gomez and David Balyeat arrived in Monterrey, Mexico responding to an invitation to share about the No More Violence a Message from God movement. The invitation came in response to an incident at a public
The Organization of American States (OAS) gathers as members, all the countries in North, Central, Caribbean and South America. In total thirty five member nations with another seventy nations as observers who participate in discussions on a variety of issues..
Advocate Magazine of Lakewood/East Dallas has featured the work of No More Violence in Bryan Adams High School that is led by Elías Palmitano, and we couldn’t be prouder of him! Thanks to Advocate Magazine for spreading the word of
We are grateful for the opportunity to speak to those gathered in Mesquite, TX for Mayor Stan Pickett’s prayer breakfast. The difficulty of violence in the cities of North Texas has made the No More Violence message applicable for this
Join us for a presentation of No More Violence in Mesquite, Texas Hosted by Vision Mesquite An Approach to Peace & Reconciliation for our City November 12, 2016 9am – 1pm Cost $20. Lunch included (see below for options to specify
Today, Tuesday, September 21, 2016, several students came together for the first day of “No More Violence Club” (student-led) at Bryan Adams High School in Dallas, Texas. It was a great day!
A No More Violence training session has been scheduled for September 18 in Sunnyvale, TX and a second is scheduled for November 12 in Mesquite, TX. The training consists of several components, including an introduction to the movement, NMV goes to School, and NMV
In October of 2016, NMV International will hold the First Leadership Summit in Dallas, Texas. Leaders from NMV in Argentina, Bolivia, Venezuela, El Salvador, Honduras, Mexico, possibly Cuba, and USA will come together to dream, learn, plan, and strategize. Special