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Michigan CNV Promoter Resists Detroit Water Shutoff

Posted by Ken Butigan
08.07.14
CNV Michigan

Kim Redigan, Campaign Nonviolence Promoter in Michigan, was arrested this week engaging in nonviolent resistance to the water shutoffs taking place in Detroit.  Please see her article about this action in the National Catholic Reporter here.

Kim Redigan teaches theology at a Catholic high school in Detroit and blogs at www.writetimeforpeace.com.  In addition to organizing Campaign Nonviolence in Michigan, Redigan is a nonviolence trainer and peace educator with Meta Peace Team and is on the state council of Pax Christi Michigan.  You can learn more about Redigan here.

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