In March, we published a series of articles on how activists are approaching their protests against Donald Trump and ways that they might rethink or reinvigorate them. Yesterday, Dara Lind drew heavily from the conversation on Waging Nonviolence, particularly the exchange between George Lakey and Andrew Willis Garcés, in her article for Vox, “Anti-Trump protesters aren’t trying to change anyone’s mind. Here’s their strategy.“
Called the “architect of the nonviolent movement in America” by John Lewis, Rev. James Lawson discusses the roots and power of nonviolence.
During a week of action with over 600 arrests, water protectors occupying the Bureau of Indian Affairs showed that caring for one another is directly connected to caring for the Earth.
Simply teaching kids about the science of the climate crisis isn’t enough. To prevent feelings of disempowerment, they need to see how they can make a meaningful impact.