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Committed Nonviolence Resources and Groups

Critique of Violent Rationales by Brian Martin

"Nonviolent Action As 'The Sword That Heals': Challenging Ward Churchill's 'Pacifism As Pathology'" Leading nonviolence trainer George Lakey's web article (PDF) at  Lakey, now retired, is a co-founder of the Movement for a New Society and Training for Change, the foremost nonviolent training group in the country. 

Swinging Back: Violence in the anti-corporate-globalization movement by Stacia Brown, 2002, Sojourner Magazine

Strategy, Tactics, and Solidarity: The Anti-Globalization Movement and Its Discontents bySarah Burdacki in Bad Subjects, January 2004

Context Is All by Joanne Sheehan
A Diversity of Tactics? by Abbey Scheer, May, 2001

Sexual Assault In Activist Communities by Pamela Cross April 2003 on an issue that became more of a problem as street violence increased

The War Resisters League has been educating and training for nonviolent action since 1923.  War Resisters'July-August 2001 issue of The Nonviolent Activist included pointed criticism of street fighter violence. 

MK Gandhi Institute, founded by Arun Gandhi, Gandhi's grandson, promotes nonviolence to new generations.

Mahatma Gandhi's Nonviolent Revolution A brief biography and overview of his philosophy.

"Fighting With Gandhi" Link

What Would Gandhi Do? site

A Soul Force Seminar on the Web

Mark Shepard's home page contains information about his books and excellent articles  One particularly good one is "Mahatma Gandhi and His Myths"

Peace and Justice Studies Association

Resource Center for Nonviolence promotes the principles of nonviolent social change

New Society Publishers publishes excellent books on nonviolent action.

The Non-Violence Web Contains articles and many links on the philosophy and strategy of non-violent action and links to many groups. 

Conflict Consortium and Conflict Resolution source pages http://www.Colorado.EDU/conflict/

Peace Brigades International protects human rights and promotes nonviolent transformation of conflicts; it sends teams of volunteers into areas of political repression and conflict.

The Voluntaryists are advocates of non-political, non-violent strategies to achieve a free society.

Nonviolent Action Handbook by Sanderson Beck. Detailed table of contents allows you to pick and choose topics.

The Nuclear Resister has covered anti-war and anti-militarism nonviolent direct actions and protests for many years and keeps track of arrests.

National War Tax Resistance Coordinating Committee is for those who have the courage to withdraw financial support from the militaristic and violent state

02-15-04   (c) 2004 Carol Moore
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