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Expanding the practice and study of nonviolent action in Latin America

Organizers Maria Belén Garrido and Jeff Pugh discuss their work with the Regional Institute for the Study and Practice of Nonviolent and Strategic Action in the Americas.

January 17, 2023

Tracing the legacy of nonviolence — from Jesus to Gandhi to King

For a word that’s barely a century old, nonviolence has deep historical roots. Francesca Po, Marie Dennis, Adam Ericksen and Ken Butigan discuss.

December 22, 2022

How nonviolence can reshape our practices of religion and economics

Religion scholar Francesca Po explores the concept of self-religion, while Jared Spears and David Fix of the Schumacher Center for a New Economics discuss peaceful economies.

December 6, 2022

Where nonviolence derives its power

Ela Gandhi, Tom Eddington and Michael Nagler discuss key elements of nonviolence and dispel common misconceptions.

November 29, 2022

From the Iranian revolution to ‘We are all Mahsa’ — Iran’s women have been at the forefront of change

Iranian scholar and peace activist Leila Zand discusses the radical socio-economic, cultural and religious shifts informing the current protests in Iran.

October 5, 2022

‘Each time it gets bigger’ — How Iran’s protests look to a dissident of the Shah’s regime

Iranian scholar Mehdi Aminrazavi discusses his youth as an anti-Shah activist and his hopes for the movement sparked by Mahsa Amini’s death.

October 3, 2022

Remembering the unsung American soldiers and veterans who resisted the Vietnam War

Paul Cox of Veterans for Peace San Francisco discusses a new exhibit honoring the overlooked antiwar movement within the military.

August 3, 2022

Weaving nonviolence into the fabric of everyday life

Members of the Nonviolent Global Liberation Community discuss the work of building a truly nonviolent world, one experiment with truth at a time.

Nonviolence confronts colonial legacies

Tim Pluta and Adrienne Kinne discuss their recent work in Western Sahara, while Laurence Cox offers hopeful conclusions on the end of empire.

Nonviolence training can change the world

Kazu Haga of the East Point Peace Academy and Robin Wildman from Nonviolent Schools RI discuss different types of nonviolent trainings.

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