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Nonviolent Lives Book Now Available

Posted by Ryan Hall

Thank you to everyone who contributed toward our recent Indiegogo Campaign to help us raise funds to publish our latest book, Nonviolent Lives: People and Movements Changing the World Through the Power of Active Nonviolence by Ken Butigan!

For those who didn’t get a chance to get your early copy through the campaign, you’re in luck – you can now purchase the book through our website here just in time for the holidays! Your friends and family will thank you for this great gift too.

Long-time activist, teacher and author Ken Butigan has collected over 40 stories highlighting leaders and participants of some of the most important nonviolent campaigns and movements of our era including unsung heroes, inspiring actions and movements that persevered against great challenges and succeeded in changing our world.

This book lifts up your spirit and fills you with hope and joy and a new sense of pride. Reading this book, you become part of the growing movement for a culture of nonviolence in our times.

This book will inspire and uplift generations to come.

“These stories of the lives of ordinary people remind us of the power of love to transform and transcend suffering and injustice…”

– Mairead Corrigan Maguire, Nobel Peace Prize Winner

All the proceeds from this sale of books go directly to fund the ongoing work of Pace e Bene, a 501(c)3 tax deductible organization.

Learn more about Nonviolent Lives and purchase your copy here today!

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