Social Justice

Social justice means equal rights and equal opportunities for each member of society, and it especially pertains to those in greatest need. The concept serves as an equalizing lens through which we can evaluate, change, and reinvigorate all of our social systems and structures to serve everyone in a fair, balanced, and equitable way. Social justice applies to how land and water are distributed and used; to who has access to education, jobs, health care, political office, housing, and legal support; to how people are talked to and treated in social spaces; and much more.

A Conversation with Marshall B. Rosenberg

People can change how they think and communicate. They can treat themselves with much more respect, and they can learn from their limitations without hating themselves.

Radicalizing Yoga and Bringing Social Justice to the Mat

Yoga teacher and activist Michelle C. Johnson talks to Nonviolence Radio about her book "Skill In Action."

Interview with Marshall Rosenberg: The Traveling Peacemaker

Whether he’s working in a war-torn area or an inner-city slum, Rosenberg’s goal is the same: to teach and encourage compassionate communication

Mandela and the Question of Violence

One should never lose sight of why America preaches nonviolence to some people while urging other people to arms.

Beyond Good and Evil

It sounds simple, yet it’s more than a technique for resolving conflict. It’s a different way of understanding human motivation and behavior. - D. Killian


Racial Justice