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    g7lwatxjj6kzhr8rtwpiHow did you first find Waging Nonviolence? For many of you, though you might not know it, the answer has something to do with the Institute for Public Accuracy. IPA is an organization that plays a vital role in the independent media community, raising up grassroots voices and helping the most important stories circulate in ways that the corporate media will never allow them to. Because of IPA, I and other WNV contributors have had opportunities to appear on radio and television media, enabling our stories to reach many, many thousands more people than those who come to our website on their own. IPA’s contribution has been so great that, when we set up our Board of Advisors this year, we made sure IPA’s Sam Husseini was on it.

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