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Nicholas Scrimenti is an undergraduate student in Georgetown College, class of 2018, majoring in theology. His primary personal and academic interest is in meditation as a spiritual practice, form of nonviolence, and means for social justice. He has worked in London with the World Community for Christian Meditation on their extensive meditation with children program, out of which he authored the booklet, Become Like Children: A Guide for Introducing Christian Meditation in Schools. He is also the program coordinator for the John Main Center for Meditation and Inter-Religious Dialogue at Georgetown University. As a 2017-2018 Doyle Undergraduate Fellow at the Berkley Center, he is eager to promote religiously inspired activism and radically loving communities.