The Global Nonviolent Database just published its one thousandth case of nonviolent struggle. This database is a remarkable collection of examples of nonviolent people power campaigns around the world for democracy, human rights, liberation, justice, peace and environmental healing.
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Under the guidance of long-time activist and author George Lakey, the GNAD is the result of the work of students at Swarthmore College and many other universities. This database is a tremendous resource for studying, spreading and applying active nonviolence for social change.
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