Campaign Nonviolence’s long-term goal is to build a culture of peace and nonviolence free from war, poverty, racism and environmental destruction.
To launch this movement, over 230 nonviolent actions took place September 21-27, 2014, 370 actions were held September 20-27, 2015 and over 750 actions were held September 18-25, 2016 in cities and states across the US and beyond taking a stand against all violence and calling for concrete first steps toward peace, economic justice, healing the earth, and mainstreaming active nonviolence. These first steps include:
We are joining our voices with people everywhere working on many other dimensions of a culture of peace, including these:
In cities and towns in all 50 states, Campaign Nonviolence will march against violence and for a world of peace, justice and sustainability. During Campaign Nonviolence Week, we will connect the dots between war, poverty, racism and climate change —and join forces to work for a culture of peace. Plan a march and other nonviolent actions such as vigils, rallies and more! Learn more here.