Our new award winning film for 2023, is an inside look at the lives of teens and young adults living in Minneapolis & St Paul's inner city. With no safety net, it is organizations like the YMCA, Twin Cities Nonviolent and Project Sweetie Pie that give these young adults a family to connect with & real passion to stay away from gangs.
The Mission of Twin Cities Nonviolent is to reduce violence in all its forms, increase awareness and engagement in nonviolent policies and practices, bring together local community organizations, including nonprofits, religious institutions, educational institutions, and government agencies and dismantle the structures and systems that lead to violence throughout the Twin Cities and beyond.
We envision a Twin Cities that is free from violence.
This year, we gathered 50 different nonprofit organizations for an evening of “speed networking” where we shared our visions for a better tomorrow. Those who attended spoke about how this was the first time they had gathered with so many different nonprofits in one room from so many types of service organizations.
We are so grateful for your support for with you, we can partner with so many organizations that share a commitment to a nonviolent world. Our plans for 2024 include many more opportunities for all of to work side by side for a peace-filled world.
WE ENVISION A TWIN CITIES THAT IS FREE FROM VIOLENCE.
Please join us in our vision and please donate. Thank you!
“Our intention is to reduce suffering in the world by challenging the unjust and oppressive social structures and by promoting peace with justice, equality and dignity for all.”
– Fr. Harry J Bury, creator of Twin Cities Nonviolent (Eight Points to Peace)
P.S. Are you interested in being a part of our Founder’s Circle? Contact Fr. Harry Bury at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and a meeting.
Twin Cities Nonviolent
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Education, Environment, Community
60 Mississippi River Blvd., South St. Paul, MN 55105