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A Call to Mobilize the Nation Through 2018

Posted by Ryan Hall
05.24.17

By Rev. John Dear.

While the media and the nation sit transfixed over the Trump scandals and attacks on democracy, those of us who work for justice and peace know that we have to keep working, resisting, and mobilizing people across the country if we are going to have the social, economic and political transformation we need for our survival. read more

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Mobilizing for a Culture of Nonviolence Between Now and Fall 2018

Posted by Ryan Hall
05.01.17

#Time4Nonviolence: Mobilizing for a Culture of Nonviolence Between Now and Fall 2018   A NATIONAL CALL FROM CAMPAIGN NONVIOLENCE   The Call for a Culture of Nonviolence In the face of the Trump Administration’s priorities – demonizing immigrants, dismantling social programs, destroying … read more

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Angry, Desperate, Rejected: April Markers

Posted by Erin Bechtol
04.27.17

By Kathy Kelly // Posted with permission from Peacevoice Fifty years ago, Dr. Martin Luther King gave his boldest and perhaps most defining speech. It alienated liberal allies in the North and the Northern press, plus many in King’s own … read more

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READ THE NOTES FROM THE APRIL CNV CONFERENCE CALL!

Posted by Erin Bechtol
04.26.17

On April 25th we held our monthly National Campaign Nonviolence Conference Call.  We heard from George Martin and discussed the events coming up during the Week of Actions Sept. 16-24, 2017.  If you missed the call, you can read the notes … read more

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What a policy of real solidarity with the Syrian people looks like

Posted by Ryan Hall
04.13.17

By James Trimarco // Republished with permission from Waging Nonviolence and Yes Magazine After the release of horrifying images of Syrian civilians killed by chemical attacks on Tuesday, there were predictable demands that the United States should “take action” against the … read more

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Pursuing That Vision of Nonviolence

Posted by John Dear
03.24.17

By Rev. John Dear. These may be the most difficult days of our lives. As the Trump Administration spreads fear, racism, greed, and violence, we want to continue to spread the vision and hope of nonviolence. That means, none of us can give in to despair, numbness or fear. We have to carry on, and pursue that vision of nonviolence. read more

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Watch UN Conference on Pope’s World Day of Peace Message

Posted by Ryan Hall
03.03.17

Watch the UN Conference held on March 2, 2017 to discuss Pope Francis’ 2017 Message for the World Day of Peace which was the church’s first official statement to focus on the topic of nonviolence. Also, see the article about the … read more

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Connecting You to Action!

Posted by Ryan Hall
02.10.17

In the spirit of supporting the growing culture of active nonviolence, we are sharing calls-to-action from various groups and campaigns in the movement of movements. Here are a few that caught our attention this week: Today and onward! Move Your … read more

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Divest from War, Invest in People

Posted by Ryan Hall
01.31.17

by Kathy Kelly // Posted with Permission from PeaceVoice All Trump, all the time. With a punishing, disorienting barrage of executive orders, President Trump is reversing hard fought gains made in environmental protection, health care, women’s rights, immigration policy, and … read more

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In Jail for Protesting the Death Penalty

Posted by John Dear
01.19.17

By Rev. John Dear. On Tuesday, Jan. 17th, 18 of us climbed the steps of the US Supreme Court in Washington, D.C. to protest the death penalty. We unfurled a huge thirty-foot long banner… read more

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A Call to Mobilize the Nation Through 2018

by Ryan Hall // Campaign Nonviolence

By Rev. John Dear.

While the media and the nation sit transfixed over the Trump scandals and attacks on democracy, those of us who work for justice and peace know that we have to keep working, resisting, and mobilizing people across the country if we are going to have the social, economic and political transformation we need for our survival. read more

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No Just War

by Erin Bechtol // Campaign Nonviolence

By Sandi Dollinger // Posted with permission from PeaceVoice   Moral Injury and Nonviolent Resistance is not an easy train read. It is, however, a “Must Read” and very compelling. In a culture where war is taken for granted, whether … read more

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Nonviolent Lives Book Review

by Erin Bechtol // Home Page News

  Review by John Smith This book is an inspiring catalogue of contemporary compassion, courage and conciliation. It is largely USA centered, but it includes a few individuals with an international reputation, such as Wangari Maathai.  Among the 35 names celebrated … read more

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