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SELMA 2.0:

BRIDGING DIVIDES,

BUILDING THE

BELOVED
COMMUNITY

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our mission

The mission of the Selma Center for Nonviolence, Truth, & Reconciliation is to partner with institutions to promote love, the establishment of justice, and build the Beloved Community. The Center is committed to transforming and healing the root causes of physical, political, psychological, environmental, economic and racial violence at personal, family, community and systemic levels.

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our vision

We envision a transformed community where justice prevails, and people are equipped to fulfill their full human potential and creates equity by the systemic barriers to growth and development.

 
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TO BUILD THE BELOVED COMMUNITY

UPCOMING EVENTS @ THE SCNTR

Kingian Nonviolence Training
When
Oct 10, 9:00 AM – Oct 14, 5:00 PM
Where
Selma Center for Nonviolence,
8 Mulberry Rd, Selma, AL 36703, USA

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MEET OUR EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

ATTY. AINKA JACKSON

Ainka Jackson is the founding Executive Director of the Selma Center for Nonviolence, Truth and Reconciliation, which is committed to bridging divides and building the Beloved Community. She was previously the Metro Guardian ad Litem for the Metro Nashville Public Defender's Office, Juvenile Division where she represented children who were abused and neglected. She has also been a case manager in the foster care system, a teacher and an adult Public Defender. Born in Montgomery, Alabama and raised in Selma, Alabama, Jackson appreciates that every successful legal and legislative movement required a people movement.