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Great Falls, MT Shares Message of Campaign Nonviolence

Posted by Ryan Hall
09.30.14

On September 23 and 24, CNV organizer, Hester Dillon, held a film event showing “A Force More Powerful”

Then on Saturday the 27th, Hester organized a “People in Blue” event on the sidewalk in front of the Great Falls Civic Center. This event was based on Women in Black. They made available information about Campaign Nonviolence to all those interested and Hester reports that the seeds of nonviolence were planted! A local news station stopped by and the interview was posted on their site here.

Before the events Hester was able to get interviewed on their local TV station about Campaign Nonviolence.  Watch it here, or see the KRTV Facebook page here.

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