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SEE WHAT HAPPENED – SEPTEMBER 18-25, 2016!

CLICK HERE TO SEE FULL LIST OF CNV ACTIONS AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE!

See the current slideshow of Campaign Nonviolence Actions and Events that happened during the CNV Week of Actions 2016 below.  Submit your POST-Action reports, images and stories here, or email us the details at info@paceebene.org.  Be sure to mark your calendars for next year’s CNV Week of Actions, September 16-24, 2017

Campaign Nonviolence is a long-term movement for a culture of peace and nonviolence free from war, poverty, racism, environmental destruction and the epidemic of violence.

Each year we invite people and organizations in the U.S. and worldwide to take action during CNV Action Week around the International Day of Peace, September 21. Together we join our voices from around the planet to support a global nonviolent shift!

During Campaign Nonviolence Week, September 18-25, 2016 our goal was 500 marches for a culture of peace and nonviolence in cities and towns in all 50 states and in nations around the world. Together we reached 760 events marching against violence and for a world of  peace, justice and sustainability.  During Campaign Nonviolence Week, we connected the dots between war, poverty, racism, climate change, and the epidemic of violence —and joined forces for a culture of peace.

Mark your calendars for next year, September 16-24, 2017! Plan a march and other nonviolent actions such as vigils, rallies and more!

To support these powerful forms of action, Campaign Nonviolence invites people everywhere to:

Campaign Nonviolence was launched September 21-27, 2014 with 238 marches, rallies, vigils, fasts and festivals across the nation. In 2015, 370 actions took place. Some groups organized several events during the week, and a number hosted an event virtually everyday during Campaign Nonviolence Week, including Memphis, Honolulu, Los Angeles, Boise and other cities.  We encourage you to consider following their lead and organize more than one action in your city next September!

Below you will find a list of individuals and groups who held a nonviolent action September 18-25, 2016. The map on the right shows the 2016 planned actions as well. If you are in their area and would like to participate next year, contact them to coordinate an action. .

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