Called the “architect of the nonviolent movement in America” by John Lewis, Rev. James Lawson discusses the roots and power of nonviolence.
By centering their resistance within the wider anti-racism struggle, progressive Jewish organizers are following a new model for confronting the growing threat of antisemitism.
A new wave of Dalit artists, musicians and writers is catalyzing the movement for equality by popularizing the struggles of their communities and raising the consciousness of Indian society.
While there are no guarantees of success in the short-term, here are five proven steps that can be taken to mitigate violence as the Taliban consolidate power.