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With escalating war, 170 CNV actions needed more than ever

Posted by Ken Butigan
09.11.14

We are now at 170 nonviolent actions set for September 21-27 coast  to coast — and beyond — to launch a new, long-term movement for a cultue of peace and nonviolence: and not a moment too soon.

As the US reaches for escalating military action in the Middle East, it is time for a movement connecting the dots between war, poverty and climate change — and for urging  nonviolent options.  Here’s an example of the nonviolent alternative: analyst Phyllis Bennis’s new piece on six steps for responding to ISIS short of war.

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