New articles in Occupy and nonviolence

Nobel Peace Prize: Threats to Nuclear Ban Treaty read
Rest in Peace John M. Swomley (1915-2010) read
Walter George Mueller read
Smiley, Glenn E. (1910-1993) read
Michel Chossudovsky, The Empire’s “Lefty Intellectuals” Call for Regime Change. The Role of “Progressives” and the Antiwar Movement read
Daniel Ellsberg, The Doomsday Machine: Confessions of a Nuclear War Planner read
Robert J. Burrowes. Why Fear and Self-hatred Destroy Human Sharing and Solidarity “In order to feel concern for those who are suffering, and to want to act in solidarity to alleviate their suffering, it is necessary to experience certain feelings such as sympathy, empathy, compassion, love and (personal) power. Moreover, it is necessary that these feelings are not suppressed or overwhelmed by fear and, equally importantly, not overwhelmed by a feeling of (unconscious) self-hatred.” read Burrowes’ site read

New articles in Occupy and nonviolence

Robert J Burrowes,Why War? Building On The Legacy of Einstein, Freud And Gandhi read
Robert J. Burrowes, A Nonviolent Strategy to Defeat Genocide “It is not difficult to nonviolently defend a targeted population against genocide. Vitally, however, it requires a leadership that can develop a sound strategy so that people are mobilized and deployed effectively.” read
Highlights of the 2017 United National Antiwar Coalition conference Pt. 1 read Pt. 2 read ,

New articles in Occupy and nonviolence

counterpunch.org, Syria and the Antiwar Movement read

Laura Bliss, What to Do if You Witness A Racist Attack read

John Vibes, Meet The Black Man Who Made Hundreds Of Racists Quit The KKK By Befriending Them [Daryl Davis] (17m) watch

Brett Wilkins , DxE Open Rescue: Working Toward ‘Total Animal Liberation’ Using nonviolence for animal rights read

New articles in Occupy and nonviolence

Traprock Center for Peace and Justice. read

Robert Burrowes: A nonviolent strategy to end war. read

Nonviolent Campaign Strategy site. read

Leilah Danielson, American Gandhi:
A. J. Muste and the History of Radicalism in the Twentieth Century, rev. (2015) by Staughton Lynd and Andy Piascik. read

The People’s Charter to Create a Nonviolent World. read

RootsAction. read