Gandhi in a Bar

    Ruth Ann Angus discusses the unusual place their nonviolence discussion group caught the attention of locals.

    Campaign Nonviolence, a project of Pace e Bene Nonviolence Service, is working for a new culture of nonviolence by connecting the issues to end war, poverty, racism and environmental destruction. We organize The Nonviolent Cities Project and the annual Campaign Nonviolence Week of Actions.

    Waging Nonviolence partners with other organizations and publishes their work.

      Building peace across Chicagoland

      May 23, 2019

      Henry Cervantes works with Peace Exchange as a peacebuilder in Chicago and internationally, teaching people the skills of conflict resolution and nonviolence.

        Lessons From the James Lawson Institute

        May 9, 2019

        James Lawson Institute participant, Ryan Hall, shares the lessons he learned during the five day program.

          When tragedy hits close to home

          April 30, 2019

          In our interconnected world nearly anything can have a personal connection. But the terrorist attacks in Sri Lanka hit closer to home than I am used to.

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