Neuroanatomist and author Jill Bolte Taylor offers insights on the brain, nonviolence, the meaning of life and her latest book “Whole Brain Living.”
We provide educational resources on the safe and effective use of nonviolence, with the recognition that it’s not about putting the right person in power but awakening the right kind of power in people. We advance a higher image of humankind while empowering people to explore the question: How does nonviolence work, and how can I actively contribute to a happier, more peaceful society?
Waging Nonviolence partners with other organizations and publishes their work.
University of Ghent Professor Jasper Van Assche explains how meaningful contact with different kinds of people can build a more nonviolent world.
Former Army cadet Cary Donham discusses the struggle that led him to follow his conscience and leave West Point at the height of the Vietnam War.
As the U.S. arms Ukraine with cluster bombs and weapons manufacturers invent more deadly weapons, we must look for another way than killing.
California Teachers Association union organizer Erik Olson Fernández discusses the power of unions when they are infused with the principles and strategies of nonviolence.
Jonathan Eig discusses his book “King: A Life,” which draws on newly recovered sources to paint a full and nuanced picture of a great revolutionary and the forces aligned against him.
Pastor Parfaite Ntahuba of the Quaker Peace Network in Burundi discusses her work creating an Early Warning Early Response team to prevent violence on many fronts.
In this special episode commemorating the life of Arun Gandhi, we revisit a 2017 interview where he reflects on what he learned from his grandfather about nonviolence.