DECOLONIZING NON-VIOLENT COMMUNICATION SECOND EDITION




Decolonizing Non-Violent Communication is back with a second edition! This second edition has all the original content from the first edition with more to explore. Additions to the original include an intro from Meenadchi, new illustrations by Hana Ward, additional reflection pages to dive deeper into the work, and a body sensations expressions chart.

DNVC
is a workbook stocked with activities, exercises, and ideas to explore our relationship to communication, our bodies, and each other. Using a trauma-informed approach, this workbook encourages readers to deepen our emotional vocabularies so that we can work towards a more enlivened, healthy interdependence.

Size: 5.5" x 8.5", 92 pages spiral bound. Edition of 5,000.

Self published by Co—Conspirator Press with the support of Feminist Center for Creative Work. Edited by Nicole Kelly. Illustrations and infographics by Hana Ward. Designed by MJ Balvanera. Printed and bound by Procosa in Mexico City, Mexico.



MEENADCHI


(Meenadchi/they/them) has 10+ years experience in trauma services and crisis stabilization. In December 2018, Meenadchi was invited to become Co-Conspirator Press’s inaugural author with the workbook Decolonizing Non-Violent Communication. Meenadchi’s DNVC practice lays the groundwork for a somatic approach to unpacking internalized systems of oppression, to divest from shame, and to find radiance and care in our communication.




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