The Center for Nonviolence and Conflict Transformation

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Spring Kick Off

April 20th, Orton Keyes

2:30 pm to 5:00 pm

The Mobile Tech Lab features eight computer stations and a digital recording booth/music room and has lots of “low-tech” ways to have fun with painting, drum circles, and engaging opportunities. For Questions: Please Call 847-599-6000.


About The Center for Nonviolence and Conflict Transformation

Samuel Sarpiya is the founding member The Center for Nonviolence and Conflict Transformation Rockford, Illinois. Samuel is a Nonviolence Community Organizer in Rockford, where he organizes the community to addresses issues of poverty, education, violence and racism, through Creative Community leadership, using Social Change.

We are CNCT.

Check out his new video about what we do and how we do it.

Posted by Center for Nonviolence and Conflict Transformation on Thursday, March 23, 2017


CNCT is a resource and Training Center that engages in teaching skills through education and training. The Center provides peace building educational programs, evaluation, action research, community outreach, and leadership development projects.

The Mobile Lab Project is geared towards educating inner-city youth with skills in Computer Literacy; Which includes Word Processing, Graphic Design, (Adobe Design Products), App development, Web-Design, Coding, Music Recording and Music Production. The Rockford Police Department, Local businesses, Community Centers, theaters, independent artist, designers and schools may have some resources that can be used to sponsor activities.











Teachers, local musicians, children, parents, and community members all play a vital role in developing a program



Rep. Cheri Bustos Rep. Adam Kinzinger Senator Dick Durbin Senator Mark Kirk

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