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CNV Week of Actions 2017 In the News

Posted by Erin Bechtol

The Campaign Nonviolence Week of Actions 2017 has been a great success. With over 1600 events scheduled from September 16-24, participants across the country and around the world have been making a big impact in their communities and receiving press coverage in local newspapers, local radio and television stations, blogs, and a number of national news outlets. Check out our collection of articles, videos, and more below.

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