Below are the best articles we could find on Social Justice and nonviolence.
It sounds simple, yet it’s more than a technique for resolving conflict. It’s a different way of understanding human motivation and behavior.
Violent responses to social justice protests require protesters to be even more focused on peaceful tactics.
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.
Yoga teacher and activist Michelle C. Johnson talks to Nonviolence Radio about her book “Skill In Action.”
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.
As democracy hangs in the balance, activists are drawing lessons from the study of civil resistance.
One should never lose sight of why America preaches nonviolence to some people while urging other people to arms.
Erica Chenoweth discovers it is more successful in effecting change than violent campaigns
In order to evaluate what Martin Luther King Jr.’s stance of nonviolence has contributed to our current view of protest, it bears noting that the concept of his nonviolence has been flattened.
Clearly, there is much more to learn about nonviolent resistance: It is an emerging phenomenon, and research on the topic is likewise emerging within the social sciences.
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