Passing the Torch: Teaching Nonviolence to the Next Generation

October 12, 2015
Hosted by Kit Cummings

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Imagine being 17 years old in today's world: you can't remember a time when you did not have internet, cell phones, video games, or social media. For your whole life you've been bombarded with music, movies, and images that were banned for our generation. Violence, crime, sex, and drugs are glorified and romanticized on TV, radio, gaming, and film-- and all are just one click away. There has never been a time in your existence where there was peace in the world, and for as long as you can remember our country has been at war... Who is teaching the next generation the timeless, universal laws and principles of icons like Dr. King, Gandhi, Mandela, and Maya Angelou? Tune in this week as we discuss how we can pass the torch to the next generation-- because they ARE our future. Multi platinum, grammy nominated hip hop producer Kevin "Khao" Cates and international speaker and peace activist Rev. Carolyn Wilkins will join us and co-create SOLUTIONS in order to heal our wounded world.

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In today’s world we are bombarded with more information than ever before. Technology has enabled us to connect at real speed, and the world has gotten smaller as things move faster. The media broadcasts negativity and fear, and many have become addicted to drama. The world is hungry for peace like never before, and people are in desperate need of HOPE. Power of Peace Radio brings a message of love and light into dark and dangerous places. We seek solutions, as we strive to “Restore Our Beloved Community.” With cutting edge topics and thought leaders from various fields, we will tackle the hottest issues that surround our youth and our communities. From teenage addiction and overdose to sexting and cyber-bullying; from mass incarceration to generational poverty, Power of Peace Radio will bring hope and courage into the areas of our lives that are in most need of it. Inspiration will be the catalyst as we bring stories of transformation and redemption to light. Hope is the New Dope.

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Kit Cummings

Kit Cummings

Kit Cummings is an author, teacher, and founder of Power of Peace Project, Inc. Kit has worked with non-profits and fortune 500's over his 25 year career. Kit spreads a much needed message of peace, power and positive change all over the world. Kit excels as a coach and trainer where he offers keys and principles that inspire people to see things differently, adjust their attitude, and reach new heights. With an entertaining style that combines inspiration and humor, Kit's high energy program connects with very diverse audiences, training in small workshops or delivering keynote speeches at large events and seminars. Kit brings his experience working in some of the most dangerous areas in the world into prisons, schools and churches as a catalyst for change. Kit recently completed speaking tours in South Africa, Mexico, Honduras and Ukraine; he's negotiated peace between rival gang leaders in dangerous maximum security prisons; and Kit has spoken at the Gandhi Global Peace Summit in Durban, South Africa. Kit has taught and trained in some of the toughest environments, and to some of the roughest audiences, and now he brings his dynamic, life-changing message to corporate seminars and conferences. Prepare to be inspired, motivated and transformed. Kit delivers over 100 entertaining presentations per year, and he has authored three books.

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Episode Directory

October 2015

  • 10/26/2015: What are Today's Teens REALLY up to? Listen Now
  • 10/19/2015: The Anatomy of a Dream Listen Now
  • 10/12/2015: Passing the Torch: Teaching Nonviolence to the Next Generation Listen Now
  • 10/5/2015: Is Prison Reform in America Just a Pipe Dream? Part 2 Listen Now

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