We’ve finally done it. After about nine months of development, the all-new Waging Nonviolence website went online this week. No longer are we running on the basic blog platform that we hurriedly developed in 2009 when WNV was just a blog that a few of us would update in our spare time. Now, with new content every day from four active columnists, four promising young correspondents and more than 200 contributors all around the world, we finally have the website that you, the members of our community, deserve. Here are some of the changes you’ll find on the new site:
Enjoy your new Waging Nonviolence! As always, feel free to contact us with questions, comments or suggestions.
The Sudanese people took to the streets for more than a struggling economy. They were calling for freedom, peace, justice and the downfall of the regime.
Activists are confronting a San Francisco event space with a self-proclaimed “social justice” mission over gentrification and its owner’s outspoken Zionism.
Green New Deal advocates in the United States should look to the Nordic countries for inspiration on how to overcome the 1 percent and address climate change.