Recommended Links

The Martin Luther King, Jr.

Center for Nonviolent Social Change

The King Center strongly believes that Dr. KingÂ’s liberating efforts toward freedom, justice and equality are as relevant today as ever. As the official living memorial to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the King Center is devoted to ensuring that his work toward those

goals continues in the 21st century.

Southern Christian Leadership Conference [SCLC]

In the spirit of Martin Luther King,Jr., the Southern Christian Leadership Conference is committed to bring

about the promise of ‘one nation, under God, INDIVISIBLE’ together with

the ‘strength to love’ within the community of humankind.

United States Institute of Peace

The US Institute of Peace is an independent, nonpartisan, national institution established and funded by Congress.

It aims to provide the analysis, training and tools that prevent and end conflicts, promotes stability,

and professionalizes the field of peace building.

Abel's Community Services Inc.

ACS Inc. is a nonprofit organization

dedicated to positively supporting individuals throughout Tampa, FL.

Positive Peace Warriors Network

The mission of the Positive Peace Warriors Network is to build an intergenerational Kingian Nonviolence training movement, linking existing training centers and foundations with grassroots organizations, high schools, colleges/universities, and community leaders interested in studying Dr. Martin Luther KingÂ’s philosophy, global cultures and the history of nonviolent direct action.

Teaching Tolerance

A project of the Southern Poverty Law Center that provides a place to find thought-provoking news,

conversation, and support for those who care about diversity, equal opportunity and respect for differences in schools.

The Connecticut Center for Nonviolence is an emerging not-for-profit organization. Their goal is to apply and teach the philosophy and methodology of Dr Martin Luther King, Jr. through educational projects and the arts in order to help build a world of mutual understanding among people where nonviolence processes are used to reconcile conflict and strengthen the quality of family and community life.

Youth Icons, Ghana

Youth Icons is a youth-oriented not-for-profit non-government organization run by young people committed to the empowerment of the youth of Africa, located in Accra, the capital of Ghana. Youth Icons is highly concerned with the continued deterioration of the status of the youth of Africa, who face growing levels of unemployment, poverty, armed conflict, disease, functional illiteracy and substance abuse among other socio-economic challenges, despite global advances made in technology, medical research, entrepreneurship development, leisure and recreational facilities.

WFP is a politically independent, nationwide grassroots organization of people committed to nonviolence and led by faith and conscience. Their mission is to support peace, justice and sustainable economies in the Americas by changing U.S. policies and corporate practices that contribute to poverty and oppression in Latin America and the Caribbean.

Common Ground on the Hill was founded on the premise that there is a common human thread unifying all people expressed in our various artistic traditions. Their mission is to make this thread a path towards human understanding, tolerance, fulfillment, and enjoyment. (Maryland)

The ACCORD is a South African-based civil society organization working throughout Africa to bring creative African solutions to the challenges posed by conflict on the continent.

The Fellowship of Reconciliation is composed of women and men who recognize the essential unity of all creation and have joined together to explore the power of love and truth for resolving human conflict. (Regional Offices across the U.S.)

The MLK, Jr. Research and Education Institute was created to provide an institutional home for a broad range of activities illuminating KingÂ’s life and the movements he inspired. The InstituteÂ’s endowment supports programs that serve as an enduring link between StanfordÂ’s research resources and KingÂ’s dream of global peace with social justice.

Canadian Centre for Teaching Peace

The purpose of CCTP is to bring together all peoples of the world in the promotion of lasting peace through "thinking globally and acting locally", building peace in the community, strategic action planning, networking, and information sharing by various means including our annual conferences on peace education.


We are involved in Nonviolence training and transformation programme, geared towards curbing the incidents of violence in

Nigeria and the continent at large. To promote peaceful and harmonious co-existence amongst our diverse ethnic nationalities.

To help in the education of Nigerians on the need to shun violence in settling ethnic feuds.

To take the message of harmonious co-existence to the grassroots.