Democracy Now's Andrés Conteris shares his story on how he came to value the tenets of Satyagraha.

Hospital chaplain and visiting religion professor at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Laura Brenneman, discusses how she feels social change can be achieved through conflict transformation and restorative justice.

Black Hills 2016 participant Susana Cavazos Lazo discusses why she attended the Institute and how self reflection can lead to positively impacting others.

Lisa Wagner-Carollo explains why she decided to attend the Satyagraha Institute in the Black Hills and how she plans on integrating what she learned into her work with incarcerated women as well as deepening her spirituality. Lisa is the Founder of Still Point Theatre Collective.
Chris has worked with a variety of human rights, peace, and social justice organizations, including the Fellowship of Reconciliation, Christian Peacemaker Teams, the Alternatives to Violence Project, and Right Sharing of World Resources. He has served on international peace teams in Colombia and Palestine, and is the producer of Bringing Down the New Jim Crow, a radio documentary series exploring race and mass incarceration in the U.S.
Darlene Pipeboy, Chas Jewett and Lyla June Johnston discuss their personal experiences and Standing Rock.