|12/14/14 - Metta Center for Nonviolence
Listen to an episode of Peace Paradigm Radio, hosted by our friends at the Metta Center for Nonviolence on KWMR 90.5 in Point Reyes. This episode includes interviews with East Point's Kazu Haga, which starts at 26:15.
|11/17/14 - Waging Nonviolence
Read a profile of one of our inmate trainers inside the San Bruno County Jails, Anthony Johnson, one of our most powerful leaders.
|10/21/2014 - Inside CDCR News
Read a report about the first two-day workshop in Kingian Nonviolence held inside Correctional Training Center, also known as Soledad State Prison, written up in the CA Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation's newsletter.
|9/23/14 - KPOO 89.5 FM
Check out this special segment entitled "Breaking Out," which is part of a 6-week training program inside the San Bruno County Jail sponsored by the Love Life Foundation and produced by KPOO. As part of the program, a group of inmates were trained in radio production and interview skills, and produced this 1.5 hour segment, featuring interviews with East Point trainers, San Francisco Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi, comedian Laura Hayes and others. Listen here for the entire clip, or here for the interview with East Point.
|9/1/14 - Hope From the Hood
Kazu Haga was featured in the first episode of Hope from the Hood, a regular podcast from Sandhya Jha, Executive Director of the Oakland Peace Center. Check it out here.
|8/2/14 - Awakin.org
Kazu Haga was interviewed on the weekly Awakin Calls, which takes place each Saturday with teachers and listeners from around the world. Check out the blog from the call here, and the audio will be uploaded here.
|7/11/14 - The Street Spirit
Check out Street Spirit's cover article about the graduation ceremony for East Point's inmate Nonviolence Training team! Also check out their feature about Dr. LaFayette's new memoir, "In Peace & Freedom."
|3/23/14 - CBS Sunday Morning
As part of our grant from the Pollination Project, we were featured on the national CBS Sunday Morning show! Check out the article and watch the video here!
|December 2013 to January 2014 - Buddhist Peace Fellowship
From December 2013 to January 2014, BPF published a series of three interviews with East Point founder Kazu Haga. Check out Part 1: Our Community Could Be Safe from Violence? Investing in the Possibility of Peace, Part 2: Nonviolence is Not Afraid of Confrontation, and Part 3: Do We Scare People with our Spiritual Activism?
|12/27/2013 - Huffington Post's Impact Blog
Check out our quick write up about the grant we received from the Pollination Project.