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Scroll down or click here to see the full list of actions that happened this September!

If you held an action, be sure to send us your post-event reports, images and stories. Click here!

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

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.  This is our fifth year organizing actions and we are hoping to mobilize over 2000 actions, marches and events across the U.S. covering all fifty states and beyond to take a strong stand for justice, disarmament and peace. Please start now to organize marches, rallies, vigils and events in your community, and let us know what you are planning to do by filling out the form on the right and we’ll add your information to the bottom of this page soon. Once you have your action details you’ll be able to post them here.

We urge everyone to have a planning day, to send out press releases and to send us updates.  Also, remember to connect the dots by taking to the streets against racism, war, poverty and environmental destruction, and also for the coming of a new culture of nonviolence, with justice and peace.

In addition, we invite everyone to gather at the end of the week in Washington, D.C. for a two day Campaign Nonviolence National Convergence. We will gather Friday night, Sept. 21 at the Festival Center (1640 Columbia Rd., NW, Washington, D.C.) for an evening of reflection and sharing, and then the next morning, Sept. 22, we will gather at 9 a.m. at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Statue near the Lincoln Memorial for a rally, then walk in silence to the White House, where we will engage in nonviolent direct action. Please join us! Learn more here!

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

Plan a 2018 CNV Action!

Let us know you or your group will plan an event to end war, poverty, racism and environmental destruction in September by signing up here. We'll list your contact info below soon.When you are ready to post your action details please click here.


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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, 758 actions were organized in 2016, and 1600 took place in 2017. Numerous 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 are planning a nonviolent action September 15-23, 2018. If you are in their area and would like to participate, contact them to coordinate an action. Or plan your own action and get your event listed by signing up in the blue box on the top right of this page to let us know you'll participate and we'll add your contact info below soon. Once you have your actions details, you can post them here. We'll remind you to send us those details as we get closer to September!

Please keep in mind that Campaign Nonviolence reserves the right to remove any action at anytime that we feel violates our vision or policies. We expect actions to focus on efforts that connect the dots between issues related to war, poverty, racism and environmental destruction.By joining a Campaign Nonviolence action you are committing to follow nonviolent guidelines and participate in accordance with the law, to work to de-escalate confrontations with others, and to obey the orders of authorized event marshals and of law enforcement. You also acknowledge that you are solely responsible for any injury or damage to your person or property resulting from or occurring during the event and that you release all event sponsors and organizers (and their officers, directors, employees, and agents) from any liability for that injury or damage.

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