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Wisconsin Walk for Peace and Justice: Nine Arrested at Volk Field

Joy First August 26, 2015

Voices for Creative Nonviolence engaged with a number of Wisconsin peace groups to organize an 8-day 90-mile walk across southwest Wisconsin from August 18-25. 980 more words


Let it Shine

Antiwar/Antimilitarism In the News
By Kathy Kelly, August 25, 2015
“This little light of mine, I’m gonna’; let it shine! Let it shine, let it shine, let it shine.’ 757 more words


An Institute for Nonviolence

The Institute for the Study and Practice of Nonviolence is an outstanding Providence nonprofit that takes a holistic approach to ending violence in poor communities. 390 more words

From Murderer to Patron Saint of Nonviolence

By Nolan McBride

Hello, and welcome to the first post in what I am currently calling Dunker Punks in History. If you have any better ideas for what to call this, please comment below. 828 more words

Weekly News Round-Up, August 28

In Depth: Central America Rising

teleSUR examines the crises and opportunities in Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador, and offers criticial analysis of the growing protest movements and the potential for a democratic resurgence in Central America. 1,016 more words


Beyond Identity Politics: MLK’s scathing critique of the Vietnam War in his “most radical speech” troubles today’s identity politics

In the compendium of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s speeches, articles, books and sermons, “Beyond Vietnam” stands out to many on the left as the definitive evidence that King had finally become a full-blown radical. 4,220 more words

Voluntary Simplicity

–by Duane Elgin  (Aug 27, 2015)

There is no special virtue to the phrase “voluntary simplicity”–it is merely a label and a somewhat awkward label at that. 456 more words