Last Friday was the 125th anniversary of the fateful night, June 8, 1893, when Mohandas K. Gandhi, a then-fledgling lawyer, was thrown off a train to Pretoria at Pietermaritzburg for traveling in a first-class carriage reserved for “whites.”
How did Gandhi perceive this humiliating setback? And how did it change the course of his life (and that of the world’s)? Get the story on that in Michael Nagler’s introduction to our latest newsletter.
Also in this edition: a link to our latest Nonviolence Radio show with David Hartsough and some motivating resources.