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
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
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!
Testimony of Transformation: Horacio Nervegna and Celia Hourquibie By Andrea Infante de Palmitano In 2005, after many attempts at resolving the problem of violence in his high school, Prinicipal Horacio Nervegna resolved to ask the ministry of No More Violence, A Message from God
Trinity Basin Preparatory, Dallas, TX – January 2016 At the invitation of Roger Barnes, Coach at the school, David Balyeat spoke to five groups of students about practical ways to avoid violence and be a promoter of non-violence at home
No Más Violencia has partnered with the Baptist General Convention of Texas to train churches and leaders with principles and values of non-violence. Through the work of Osvaldo Lerma and his relationship with Dr. Veronica Salazar who is the Director
Matamoros, Mexico – June 2015 We had the privilege to meet the Director of the DIF, Integral Development of the Family, a department of the city government that addresses social issues for the citizens of Matamoros. Mrs. Veronica Salazar is loved