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NONVIOLENCE LINKS

Committed Nonviolence Resources and Groups

Critique of Violent Rationales by Brian Martin http://www.uow.edu.au/arts/sts/bmartin/pubs/97BRpr.html

"Nonviolent Action As 'The Sword That Heals': Challenging Ward Churchill's 'Pacifism As Pathology'" Leading nonviolence trainer George Lakey's web article (PDF) at http://globalsolidarity.transcend.org/articles/nonviolent.pdf  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. http://www.trainingforchange.org/ 

Swinging Back: Violence in the anti-corporate-globalization movement by Stacia Brown, 2002, Sojourner Magazine
http://www.sojo.net/magazine/index.cfm/action/sojourners/issue/soj0207/article/020722.html

Strategy, Tactics, and Solidarity: The Anti-Globalization Movement and Its Discontents bySarah Burdacki in Bad Subjects, January 2004 http://eserver.org/bs/65/burdacki.html

Context Is All by Joanne Sheehan http://www.creativeresistance.ca/toolkit/action-context-is-all-joanne-sheehan.htm
 
A Diversity of Tactics? by Abbey Scheer, May, 2001 http://www.inthesetimes.com/issue/25/13/scher2513.html

Sexual Assault In Activist Communities by Pamela Cross April 2003 on an issue that became more of a problem as street violence increased http://www.owjn.org/issues/assault/activists.htm

The War Resisters League has been educating and training for nonviolent action since 1923. http://www.warresisters.org/  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. http://www.gandhiinstitute.org/

Mahatma Gandhi's Nonviolent Revolution A brief biography and overview of his philosophy.  http://www.san.beck.org/GPJ20-Gandhi.html

"Fighting With Gandhi" Link  http://members.aol.com/AngriesOut/grown12.htm

What Would Gandhi Do? site  http://www.whatwouldgandhido.net

A Soul Force Seminar on the Web http://www.melwhite.org/sfseminar.html

Mark Shepard's home page contains information about his books and excellent articles http://www.markshep.com/nonviolence/index.html  One particularly good one is "Mahatma Gandhi and His Myths" http://www.markshep.com/nonviolence/Myths.html

Peace and Justice Studies Association http://www.peacejusticestudies.org/index.php

Resource Center for Nonviolence promotes the principles of nonviolent social change http://www.rcnv.org/

New Society Publishers publishes excellent books on nonviolent action. http://www.newsociety.com/

The Non-Violence Web Contains articles and many links on the philosophy and strategy of non-violent action and links to many groups. http://www.nonviolence.org/ 

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. http://www.peacebrigades.org/

The Voluntaryists are advocates of non-political, non-violent strategies to achieve a free society.  http://users.aol.com/vlntryst/

Nonviolent Action Handbook by Sanderson Beck. Detailed table of contents allows you to pick and choose topics.  http://www.san.beck.org/NAH1-Nonviolence.html

The Nuclear Resister has covered anti-war and anti-militarism nonviolent direct actions and protests for many years and keeps track of arrests. http://www.nonviolence.org/nukeresister/

National War Tax Resistance Coordinating Committee is for those who have the courage to withdraw financial support from the militaristic and violent state http://www.nwtrcc.org/


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