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Nonviolent lives : people and movements changing the world through the power of active nonviolence / Ken Butigan.

Butigan, Ken, (author.).
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  • ISBN: 9780997833706
  • ISBN: 099783370X
  • Physical Description: viii, 214 pages ; 23 cm
  • Publisher: [Las Vegas, Nev.] : Pace e Bene Press, [2016]

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General Note:
Foreword by Medea Benjamin.
Formatted Contents Note:
Pt. I. Nonviolent lives in action. Cesar Chavez : pilgrimage of nonviolence ; Martin Luther King, Jr. : The Kingian classroom ; Dorothy Day : nonviolence and resisting the rituals of the violence ; Ameena Matthews, Cobe Williams, and Eddie Bocanegra : violence, interrupted ; Jonathan Little ; peacemaking circles as the way of life ; Indira Freitas Johnson : changing the world one ripple at a time ; William Barber : mobilizing moral Mondays ; Alice Paul : pioneering liberating nonviolence ; Sandra Steingraber : the scientist's experiment ; Carol Parks-Haun and Ron Walters ; The Wichita sit-ins ; Narayan Desai : a Gandhian in Birmingham ; Wangari Maathai : connecting the dots ; Jose Ramos-Horta : east timor and the nonviolent option ; Thomas Merton and Teju Cole : seven short stories for our times -- Pt. II. Nonviolent lives up close. Vincent Harding : veteran of hope ; Terry Messman : getting the story out ; Daniel Berrigan : marching orders ; Leontine Kelly : historic journey ; David Hartsough : an ordinary, extraordinary life ; Daniel Ellsberg : determined lifelong resistance ; Anne Symens-Bucher : lessons in the desert ; Brian Willson : "We are not worth more, they are not worth less" ; John Dear : the power of nonviolence ; Elizabeth Toyomi Okayama and Michael Yoshii : American history ; Lennox Yearwood, Jr. : forward motion ; Medea Benjamin : the most powerful language ; Klaryta Antoszewska : nonviolent lion for justice ; Jack Healey : human rights impresario -- Pt. III. Nonviolent lives working together. The American revolution : a nonviolent beginning ; The great LGBT marth : "We are everywhere" ; The pilgrimage to Montgomery : then and now ; A new Chicago peace movement : "What do we want...?" ; Not in our town : upending the script ; Religious witness with homeless people : the banquet of justice ; Quixote village : homeless win struggle for permanent housing ; Keystone XL pledge of resistance : training for action ; School of the Americas watch : perseverance pays off ; Witness against torture : making Guantanamo history ; Catholic workers : sandstorm in Minnesota ; The anti-drone movement ; renouncing the right to bear drones ; Seattle and WTO : rereading the lessons for today ; The National Council of Elders : collective wisdom.
Subject: Nonviolence.
Pacifists
Human rights workers
Political activists

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