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Remembering Gandhi at 150: The Power of Nonviolence and Respect for Life

(compiled by John Whitehead) The world just marked the 150th birthday anniversary of a famous advocate for nonviolent resistance and the consistent life ethic, Mohandas K. Gandhi. This lawyer who turned to advocating for India‚Äôs independence from Great Britain became famous for using civil disobedience against British imperial rule. His birthday of October 2nd is…


Noncooperation with Planned Parenthood

by Rachel MacNair As nonviolence advocates, when we take on abortion as one of our issues we naturally want to apply the knowledge about effective nonviolent action to countering abortion practice. A major part of the theory of why nonviolence works is that any kind of power relies on other people cooperating. From independence movements…