Plagues and illnesses played a significant role in Gandhi’s life. Here’s how some leading scholars — including his grandson — think he might have responded to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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A new society can be developed from the inspiring ways people around the world are responding to this unprecedented disaster.
Author, speaker and trainer Paul K. Chappell speaks weith Nonviolence Radio about the ways in which nonviolence aligns with human nature.
Metta Center for Nonviolence Founder Michael Nagler’s new book and project aim to do nothing less than bring nonviolence into the public consciousness.
Like all cult leaders, Trump fills a certain void for his followers. Stopping him means providing pathways to sustainable forms of spiritual fulfillment.
Author and peacebuilder Matthew Legge joins Nonviolence Radio to discuss his new book “Are We Done Fighting? Building Understanding in a World of Hate and Division.”
From Wet’suwet’en solidarity blockades to students boycotting school over segregation, movements are at their strongest when they disrupt the status quo.