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Campaign Nonviolence actions for culture of peace multiplying

Posted by Ken Butigan
09.10.14

Campaign Nonviolence will launch its long-term movement for a culture of peace and nonviolence the week of September 21-27 with 165 local nonviolent actions from across the United States and beyond.  We are hearing about new events every day.  For the full list, click here.  Also, see the Facebook album with quote-pics featuring a growing number of these local actions here.

Finally, there is still time to organize a vigil on your local street corner — or a march to a local site needing nonviolent healing!  You can see organizing tools here, learn about active and creative nonviolence here — and submit you action here!

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