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Op-Ed on Campaign Nonviolence Published

Posted by Ken Butigan
09.26.14
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On September 26, Campaign Nonviolence team member Ken Butigan published an Op-Ed entitled “Building a Culture of Audacious Nonviolence” on the National Catholic Reporter site.

This piece offers an overview of the vision of this long-term movement and spotlights a few of the 239 CNV actions held the week of September 21-27 across the United States and beyond.  You can read it here.

 

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