On this episode of Nonviolence Radio we share a timely talk on building bridges from john a. powell, director of UC Berkeley’s Otherness and Belonging Institute (formerly: Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society) from the 2019 Otherness and Belonging conference. Introducing him is Tony Iton from the California Endowment. Michael Nagler, UC Berkeley… read more
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The Poor People’s Campaign is a “national call for a moral revival.” Learn more about their work, their co-founder, Reverend William Barber, and the upcoming digital March on Washington on this show. Included in this show is the Nonviolence Report with Michael Nagler. https://www.buzzsprout.com/270626/4228991-the-poor-people-s-campaign.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android |… read more
If there was ever a time for nonviolence, it’s now. This show has two talks about the power of nonviolence. The first from Erica Chenoweth, co-author of Why Civil Resistance Works, and the second is from Ken Butigan, Director of Pace e Bene Peace Service, about mainstreaming nonviolence. At the top of the show, we… read more
Often when we think about nonviolence, we think of practical strategies and techniques: How does one organize an effective sit-in or march? What is the appropriate language to use when addressing someone with whom we are in conflict? And indeed, understanding — and practicing! — these tactics are essential. However, nonviolence goes much deeper than… read more
This week’s episode of Nonviolence Radio brings Paul K. Chappell in conversation with Michael and Stephanie. Paul is now the Peace Literacy Director of the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation and the author of the “Road to Peace” book series, but as a West Point graduate and a veteran of the war in Iraq, he is… read more
The work for peace begins when we are ready to try another way of resolving our problems. Matthew Legge, Peace Program Coordinator for the Canadian Friends Service Committee talks about his findings in his new book, ‘Are We Done Fighting?: Building Understanding in a World of Hate and Division’. https://mettacenter.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/nonviolence-radio_2020-02-14_09-00-00.v1.mp3Podcast: Play in new window |… read more
Who was Barbara Deming and why do we need her wisdom today? … read more
“The Green New Deal is a good idea,” people say, but “how are we going to pay for it?” There are many ways. As Executive Director of Nuclear Ban US, Tim Wallis has offered a special report, From Warheads to Windmills, on how to pay for a Green New Deal through an ambitious plan to… read more