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Veterans On the March – Memorial Day actions in DC

Posted by Erin Bechtol
05.24.17

By Brian Trautman with Veterans for Peace The United States is the most militarized and jingoistic nation on earth. Its foreign policy is guided by imperialist militarism, neoliberal capitalism and racial xenophobia. For more than sixteen years now, three presidential administrations … read more

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A Call to Mobilize the Nation Through 2018

Posted by Ryan Hall

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

Posted by Erin Bechtol
05.09.17

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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Watch the Author Q & A with David Hartsough

Posted by Erin Bechtol
05.05.17

David Hartsough joined Pace e Bene on April 27th for a Q & A and discussion about his book Waging Peace, our selection for the April book of the month. Watch the video below for the answers to your questions about David … 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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Common Sense is Urgently Needed in Korean Peninsula

Posted by Erin Bechtol

by George Cassidy Payne of Gandhi Earth Keepers Why not trade with North Korea? Why not provide massive amounts of aid to North Korea? Why not make North Korea an ally? Why do the interests of the United States need to … read more

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Pace e Bene Trainer Leads Nonviolent Movement in Trinidad

Posted by Erin Bechtol
04.24.17

Pace e Bene nonviolence trainer Kit Evans-Ford has been spreading her message of empowerment through peace and nonviolence internationally. This week, Evans-Ford has been heading the Nonviolence Begins With Me movement in Trinidad, where she has been leading nonviolence trainings … 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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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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