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CNV organizers publish articles on nonviolence in journal

Posted by Ken Butigan
01.17.15

The Intercommunity Peace and Justice Center in Seattle, Wash. has just published its Winter 2015 issue of its journal, A Matter of Spirit, with a special focus on nonviolence. It features a number of article by Campaign Nonviolence organizers and friends, including Nicholas Mele, Denny Duffell, Ken Butigan and Michael Nagler. This issue’s articles include:

  • Unlocking a Nonviolent Future by Michael N. Nagler
  • Trading In Binding Fear for Love in Action by Ken Butigan
  • We Are Beloved by Nicholas Mele
  • A Call to a Life of Nonviolence by Denny Duffell
  • Ending the Spiral of Violence by Annapatrice Clarke
  • Nonviolence in Colombia by Julia Duranti
  • Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America by Lucy McBath

You can download a PDF of the journal here.

 

 

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