Building Beloved Community: Facilitator Guide

Publish Date: 
2014
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This facilitator guide builds upon the work of organizations who have integrated the principles of Beloved Community into their prevention efforts. The guide contains information and tools to help community-based organizations get started in integrated these principles into their work. Includes instructions for group activities and handouts.

The Building Beloved Community guide offers background information on the concept of the Beloved Community, resources to help facilitators prepare for trainings, training modules complete with agendas and participant handouts, and links to additional helpful resources.

Practitioners can download the guide online for help facilitating a Building Beloved Community gathering in their community.

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