In "Sing to the Power," a Tapestry of Faith program
Read or tell the story to the group.
After the story, invite the group to be silent for a moment to think about the story.
Then, ask participants to recap the story in their own words. What they recall indicates what they found most meaningful or memorable.
If you have a computer with Internet access, show the photos.
Say, in these words or your own:
When people see or hear about others doing something they think is wrong, many think their choices are to ignore the problem or to fight. Kat Sinclair took a different approach, one more like the passive resistance taught by Gandhi and Martin Luther King, Jr , and Henry David Thoreau, whose ideas shaped theirs. Like those two great leaders and their followers, the Tucson protesters prepared to meet hatred with the power of simply being present and refusing to go away.
Lead a discussion using these questions:
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Last updated on Tuesday, August 21, 2012.
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