Peacework Magazine, a peace and social justice webzine, investigates, uncovers, highlights, catalyzes, and mobilizes the nonviolent success stories of today -- and tomorrow.
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Winning the right to decide if resource extraction should take place.
Summary:Events, Gatherings, Opportunities, Resources, Campaigns
Summary:What's the more effective way, under what conditions, to defend against repressive violence -- answering violence, or explicit and strategic nonviolent struggle?
Naresh Dadhich reviews People Power: Fifty Peacemakers and Their Communities
People Power's artistic storytelling personalizes and universalizes success stories of nonviolent struggle.
Gandhi rightly believed in the efficacy of pitting the soul force of the nonviolent protester against the brute force of the oppressor.
The mantle was passed from 1st century India, to the US in the 1800s, to early 20th century India, and back again to 1950s US.
Goolam Vahed reviews Gandhi’s Prisoner?: The Life of Gandhi’s Son Manilal by Uma Dhupelia-Mesthrie
So long as there is even a handful of us true to our pledge, there can only be one end to the struggle, and that is victory.
In his playfully humble egotism, Mohandas Gandhi was quite honest. Gandhi was indeed ambitious, endeavoring to change the historical rules which had governed politics and social change worldwide.
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