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Your Impact by the Words
Professor, Northwest Vista Community College
San Antonio, TX
"The DC Peace Team’s program was an amazing opportunity for our students. There is no doubt our students will benefit from learning key concepts and strategies for how to de-escalate a conflict. Eli and Eliane expertly led our sessions for students, faculty and staff. Our campus police chief was skeptical when she heard about the event, but walked away impressed with the DC Peace Team’s presentation and expertise. We can’t wait to integrate what we learned from the DC Peace Team!"
Alicia, 2020 Participant
"Mega Appreciation for the DC Peace Team! – Having joined a few of the DC Peace Team sessions has helped a lot with getting through the pandemic and managing conflict. It has been very awesome to interact with people from around the world also interested in conflict management. I’m impressed with how y’all have perfected the Zoom format and training folks online. What you all are doing is such a wonderful service during this crazy era."
"The vulnerability that everyone showed and the truly safe and brave space that was created. I have never felt more heard in my life.”
“You both really blew me away I can’t say enough amazing things about this. Incredible…”a 10 out of 10!"
"One of our older women shared a story of being the target of abuse on a city bus when she was 17 years old. She has carried that story for 60 years, and shared that she has always felt guilty about it – that it was somehow her fault that she didn’t stop the attack. Eliane took her story and turned it into a training exercise in a way that was empowering for the woman who shared the story. She says she now knows it wasn’t her fault that she didn’t stop the attack, but she also feels that she could intervene if she saw something like that happening to someone else today. I was really impressed by Eliane’s gentleness in honoring the story, coupled with her clarity about how to intervene."
"This should be taught at every workplace, university, and school!! Especially workplaces!”
"Thanks so much for the opportunity to learn more about this uplifting and life-affirming process. I feel so much more at peace with myself than I did before the session began!”