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ISIS: Strategies for Nonviolent Resistance

by Ryan Hall // Campaign Nonviolence

The following article was written by Eli McCarthy, Director of Justice and Peace for the Conference of Major Superiors of Men, a Campaign Nonviolence endorsing organization. It was originally posted on the Huffington Post and shared here with permission. We also recently … read more

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Of Thrones and High Places: Lessons from Selma

by Ryan Hall // Campaign Nonviolence

Written and posted with permission by Kim Redigan, Campaign Nonviolence Organizer in Detroit, Michigan who recently traveled to Selma, AL to be part of the historic march. Originally posted on her blog, Write Time for Peace.   This is not … read more

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Desert Pilgrimage to the Cradle of the Bomb

by Ryan Hall // Campaign Nonviolence

Written by Rivera Sun

The lawn is mowed. This small detail cracks my heart into pieces. A silent scream wails in the hollow space of my ribs. I am standing at the birthplace of the atomic bomb. Green grass slopes down to a pond. A grandfather helps a child circle the concrete walkways on a plastic scooter. Ducks paddle… read more

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Silent Peace Walk: Stepping into Action

by Ryan Hall // Campaign Nonviolence

Young Americans have not seen during their lifetime, public demonstrations as strong and successful as the ones pro Civil Rights and against the Vietnam War that took place in the ‘60s. The honorable exception, mainly for its extended duration, was the Occupy Movement which advocates social justice through a more balanced distribution of wealth. read more

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Nonviolent Action: A Ballet, Not a Battle

by Ryan Hall // Campaign Nonviolence

Originally published on Truthout. Reprinted with permission.  Written by Rivera Sun, Pace e Bene’s Social Media Coordinator, nonviolence trainer and author. The methods of nonviolent action are not weapons we turn to in a crisis. They are the tools of cultures and societies evolving toward justice, equality, respect, self-governance and sustainability. read more

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Campaign Nonviolence Stands with the Movement for Racial Justice

by Ken Butigan // Campaign Nonviolence

  Campaign Nonviolence is a long-term movement taking a stand against all violence, spreading the power of active nonviolence, and connecting the dots to foster a culture of peace, restorative justice, environmental healing, and the well-being of all. Integral to this … read more

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John Dear Nominated for 2015 Nobel Peace Prize

by Ryan Hall // Pace e Bene

Pace e Bene’s John Dear was recently nominated again for the Nobel Peace Prize along with another well known Indian peace activist Dr. Leo Rebello.  John was nominated a few years ago as well by Archbishop Desmond Tutu.   Read … read more

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Join the Holy Land Pilgrimage with Pax Christi

by Ryan Hall // Pace e Bene

Dear Pace e Bene/Campaign Nonviolence Supporters, We wanted to make you aware of a pilgrimage to the Holy Land from May 10th to 23rd, 2015 where those taking part will be able to meet with Christian, Muslim and Jewish peacemakers … read more

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Selma and the Inuit Woman

by Ken Butigan // Pace e Bene

By Veronica Pelicaric I am going through an emotional time. Things could breakdown or breakthrough. Hard to tell. For days I have been experiencing a garden variety of fears lurking in the body, old friends coming to the surface. Pressure … read more

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