Over the past decade Kit has taken the Power of Peace Project into very dangerous institutions, having worked in over one hundred prisons, jails, detention centers, and rehab facilities with over ten thousand inmates and residents. He has also taken his powerful peace projects into many schools and churches all over the country, working with thousands of students and young adults. These are the seven Power of Peace Principles that Kit created and utilizes in his various peace initiatives, as well as community outreach events. With our nation more divided than many of us have seen in our lifetime, this process is more relevant and important than ever before. If you are experiencing conflict or disunity in your business, school, church, or on your team, these steps are the solution to begin to work toward nonviolent reconciliation. Kit’s POPP curriculum is founded in timeless and universal laws and principles, and utilizes teachings from iconic world peacemakers. Kit brings together rivals, and teaches them how to work together and use their influence for peace. Kit’s POPP system has seen reduction in violence as high as fifty percent in some of the prisons he’s worked in, and has literally brought together some of the most dangerous gangs in some of the toughest prisons imaginable. If he can bring Crips and Bloods together, imagine what the Power of Peace could do for your organization or institution. Book Kit today!


Principle #1

Seek first to understand your opponent

Principle #2

Find common ground with your adversary

Principle #3

Walk a mile in your enemies shoes before you judge

Principle #4

Practice active listening and pause before responding

Principle #5

Practice compassionate communication and use your influence for peace

Principle #6

When wrong promptly admit it and quickly make amends

Principle #7

Treat your enemy with dignity and respect especially when you disagree