Peace walk held to mark Gandhi’s departure from South Africa http://ibnlive.in.com/news/peace-walk-held-to-mark-gandhis-departur… IBNLive The Indian community led by India’s High Commissioner to South Africa Virendra Gupta organised the event at the former site of Gandhiji’s Tolstoy Farm on the outskirts of […]
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Between 1900-2006, campaigns of nonviolent civil resistance were twice as successful as violent campaigns. Erica will talk about her research on the impressive historical record of civil resistance in the 20th century and discuss the promise of unarmed struggle in […]Read more...
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War and other violence cost the world $9.46 trillion in 2012. Direct Expenses: War has a huge direct financial cost, the vast majority of which is in funds spent on the preparation for war — or what’s thought of as […]
W ars do not benefit the people where they are waged, and do not benefit nations that send their militaries abroad to wage wars. Nor do wars help to uphold the rule of law — quite the reverse. Good outcomes […]
There’s a chance to watch DRONES, the movie, online on July 30th and then to join a discussion with filmmakers and experts. There’s a preview video below. The movie’s website is at http://dronesthefilm.com and the free screening is at http://demandprogress.tv/drones […]
A few years back, prior to the International Day of Peace on September 21st, a school board member here in Virginia said that he would back a resolution marking that day as long as everyone understood that in doing so […]
We Must Hold Israel Accountable (Jewish Voice for Peace and RootsAction.org) CNN: Stop Unfair Coverage of Attacks on Gaza! (Code Pink) Contact Your Member of Congress (U.S. Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation) Help end Israel’s attacks on Gaza (The […]
AlterNet / By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers Photo Credit: Jacqueline Abromeit/Shutterstock.com This is Part I of a two part series on American Empire. Part II will focus on the Empire Economy and how it is failing to work for […]
By Bob Rigg After decades of lively public debate, New Zealand abolished the death penalty for murder in 1961. It is not widely known that the death penalty for treason remained on the statute books until it was also abolished […]
WORLD PEACE is a Local Issue from Dorothy Fadiman on Vimeo.
By Robert C. Koehler “At the same time, values and ideas which were considered universal, such as cooperation, mutual aid, international social justice and peace as an encompassing paradigm are also becoming irrelevant.” Maybe this piercing observation by Roberto Savio, […]
“Hello everybody. Thank you so much for coming out tonight to welcome me home. It feels so good to be back in Tampa. I cannot even put it in words. I can’t wait to go back to play with my […]