Registration is Open

 

Community Conference Registration
October 19, 2013

Gandhi-King Conference registration fees are on a sliding scale based on ability to pay, with no one turned away. This is a community conference and we are working to make it as accessible as possible to all people in our community. 

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Schedule

We are the Change. We are the movement.

Participatory Workshops, Organizer Training, Opportunities for Action and Engaging Speakers. Featuring Medea Benjamin (CodePink Women for Peace) and Jaribu Hill (MS Workers Center). Scroll down for a complete and detailed workshop and speaker schedule.

You can register for the conference here. 
Registration is on a sliding scale, based on ability to pay, with no one turned away.

GKC 2013: Come build a movement tomorrow!

The 10th annual Gandhi-King Conference is in full swing today with almost 400 middle and high school students from our community coming together at the Gandhi-King Youth Conference

Will you join us tomorrow at the Community Conference? If you're still undecided take a look at the full schedule below and plan out your day of movement building. Then head on over to the registration page and let us know your coming. Registration fees are on a sliding scale starting at FREE. We want you to be there, so go ahead and register.

GKC2013 this weekend! Workshop schedule posted...check it out and register today!

Don't miss out on the 10th annual Gandhi-King Conference. Once a year our community comes together to explore movement building and social justice through the lens of Kingian and Gandhian nonviolence.

Register Now: GKC 2013 less than two weeks away!

We Are the Change :: We Are the Movement

Don't miss out on the 10th annual Gandhi-King Conference. It's less than two weeks away on Saturday, October 19. Registration is open at www.GandhiKingConference.org and in an effort to make sure that our entire community can show up it is on a sliding scale, based on ability to pay, with no-one turned away. That's a fancy way of saying that it is free if you need it to be. So don't hesitate or wait. Register today!

This 10th annual Conference is going to be our most engaging and effective conference yet. In many ways, it is much more than a conference, its about building a movement. So don't miss out on all the happenings this year including:

2013 Workshops and Schedule Updated

We are busy preparing for an exciting 10th annual Gandhi-King Conference. Registrations are coming in from across the region and we are working with presenters and speakers to craft an agenda that will be both engaging and transformative in relation to the work you are doing in the community.

Announcing 2013 Plenary Speakers

We are excited to announce our 2013 Plenary Speakers Medea Benjamin (CodePink Women for Peace) and Jaribu Hill (MS Workers Center). Dedicated advocates, activists, organizers and grassroots leaders for peace and social justice in our communities.

You can register for the conference here. 
Registration is on a sliding scale, based on ability to pay, with no one turned away.

We are the Change. We are the movement.

Announcing the 2013 Gandhi-King Conference

We are proud to announce that the 2013 Gandhi-King Conference will take place October 18-19 at BRIDGES in Memphis, TN. The conference will feature a Youth Conference on Friday specially tailored for middle and high school aged youth. The Community Conference will take place Saturday and is open to all community members of all ages that are interested in building, collaborating and learning together to make a positive change in our community. Both conferences will feature speakers, workshops, presentations, and opportunities for action.

Interested in presenting at the conference?

We are actively seeking individuals and organizations interested in presenting a workshop or other opportunity at the conference. Come and share your skills, perspective and knowledge. Please review the Call for Proposals page here. Submissions are due by September 1, 2013.

Archives 2012

2012 Gandhi-King Community Conference

Download the 2012 Schedule and Program here.

Archives 2011

Dolores Huerta, Keynote Speaker

 

David Bacon, Keynote Speaker

 

Nipun Mehta and Pancho Ramos Stierle, Youth Keynote Speakers

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