Pursuing Peace through Active Nonviolence


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Meta Peace Team would like to express our appreciation for the courage and integrity of Mr. Jonathan Price, and offer our deepest condolences to his family and friends.  Mr. Price, already recognized as a community leader and youth mentor, intervened last week in a domestic disturbance and successfully broke up a fight in progress.  However, when a police officer arrived on the scene, the officer shot & killed Mr. Price  (full story at Washington Post article).

MPT asks that you keep Mr. Price, his family, and all involved in your thoughts and prayers, that you honor his legacy by embracing unarmed civilian protection, and you support advocay groups like Black Lives Matter.

Peacemaker Recognition

A Webinar of Practical Skills:  The times we're living in can be pretty challenging.  Discover some of the unique skills and techniques you can use to prevent rising tensions from escalating into violence by attending this wonderful webinar.  Presented by author Julie Thomas-Beckett.

Nonviolent Tools for Everyday People to De-escalate Tensions: A Webinar

Learn the skills needed to prevent or curtail violence, no matter  whether your running errands or in a conflict zone.  Participants will explore nonviolence in the "big picture"; what it means, how it is used, and how good-hearted, well-intentioned individuals can disagree yet still work together.  These specific skills & tools are useful both in conflict intervention situations and in daily life.  Join us!

NEW:  VIRTUAL Violence De-escalation
Skills Trainings

MPT has been invited to place an international peace team in the West Bank by Palestinians who are committed to nonviolence and striving for justice under occupation.  Past Team members have called this one of the most important and life-changing experiences in their lives.  Join us!

Applications Being Accepted
for Spring 2021

MPT has a short video that explains our work. We'd love it if you'd help us distribute it, so that more people can learn about the power and efficacy of nonviolent unarmed civilian protection.

An Introduction to Meta Peace Team

MPT has permission from poet-artist IN-Q  to post this pointed and powerful presentation, and we sincerely thank him.  Learn more about him at his website and/or Facebook page.


We are also proud to partner with the Michigan Coalition to Prevent Gun ViolenceClick here for more info.

META PEACE TEAM (MPT) empowers people to engage in active nonviolent peacemaking.  MPT was started in 1993 as Michigan Peace Team, in response to the growing need for civilian peace-makers both in the U.S. and abroad.  Since that time, we have moved far beyond (in the Greek, Meta) the borders of Michigan.

MPT offers nonviolence training workshops and provide opportunities to join peace teams.

We seek a just world grounded in nonviolence and respect for the sacred interconnectedness of all life.

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Detroit Branch: 1950 Trumbull St., Detroit, MI 48216

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