Posts Tagged: nonviolence

Teaching Nonviolence in an Age of Violence

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When I was a young girl, my father transcribed from memory some of King’s great speeches and asked me to memorize them myself. Later, he bought old records with recordings of the speeches — ‘‘The Drum Major Instinct,’’ ‘‘I’ve Been to the Mountaintop’’ — and when I wasn’t too busy being a child, he would […]

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Beacon Press to Republish Out-of-print MLK Books

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Beacon Press has come to an agreement with the heirs of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. to republish four out-of-print books by the clergyman and civil rights leader, including “Strength to Love,” a collection of his most eloquent and inspiring essays tying the message of Jesus to the struggle for civil rights, as in the […]

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The Art of Nonviolence, Links by Ari Messer

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Is it possible to resuscitate and reinvigorate the nonviolent resistance movements of the 20th century? It’s all about the row boat of life. Some peace boats (video) have a duty free shop and a Japanese club soundtrack. Involved with the Peace Boat US, the Global Campaign for Peace Education focuses on teachers and learners. Bernard […]

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