Nonviolence

14.08.2020

Dialogue for Multiconvergence

Dialogue for Multiconvergence

The meeting of global citizens’ networks, held on July 5, 2020, was of special interest to three friends of the Dialogues for Humanity, the Agora of the Earth’s Inhabitants and the Humanist Movement, who have been promoting the union of forces in common actions. In dialogue… »

29.07.2020

Hiroshima commemoration “For a world without nuclear weapons, without nuclear power plants and without war”

Hiroshima commemoration “For a world without nuclear weapons, without nuclear power plants and without war”

Dear friends of peace!In 2020, the Apocalypse Clock displays 100 seconds before midnight!  This worldwide project of renowned scientists is warning us: We are so close to midnight and the Apocalypse has never been so close. Nuclear weapons and global warming are the causes of this situation that threatens humanity. »

25.07.2020

What Can Safety Without Police Look Like? Some Successful Programs Already Exist

What Can Safety Without Police Look Like? Some Successful Programs Already Exist

By April M. Short This is a moment of contention and restructuring in America. Mass public outcry is exposing the long-buried, problematic foundations of a nation built on human trafficking, commodification and enslavement of people from Africa, and on the genocide and attempted erasure of Indigenous societies. Protesters across the… »

22.07.2020

From dismantling the structures of racism to healing our hearts

From dismantling the structures of racism to healing our hearts

Lessons from the civil rights movement and its leaders point to an important two-track approach to ending the abomination of racism. Michael Nagler I recently had the rewarding experience of interviewing civil rights leader and Kingian nonviolence trainer Bernard Lafayette for a film on nonviolence. He told a story I’ll… »

17.07.2020

How to Turn Our Anger into a Better Future

How to Turn Our Anger into a Better Future

What can make this moment’s passion positive? What can make this moment’s anger future-seeking? By Collective 20 COVID-19, and before Covid everything else, has raised a question that is now percolating, and even reverberating. And then came a white knee crushing a Black neck. A dream so long deferred suddenly… »

13.06.2020

Activists Demand: Defend Black Lives, Defund the Police

Activists Demand: Defend Black Lives, Defund the Police

Protest against police terror across the United States over the last two weeks is beginning to produce change. George Floyd’s murder by Minneapolis police drove hundreds of thousands, perhaps millions of people into the streets, demanding both justice for Floyd and other victims of the police, and fundamental change to… »

11.06.2020

Black Lives Matter Demo in Budapest

Black Lives Matter Demo in Budapest

On June 7, 2020, about one thousand people gathered on Szabadság tér (Liberty Square) in Budapest to express their solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement in front of the US Embassy. The event was organized by Gregory G Ras and the group… »

10.06.2020

The Elite’s COVID-19 Coup to Destroy Humanity that is also Fast-Tracking Four Paths to Human Extinction

The Elite’s COVID-19 Coup to Destroy Humanity that is also Fast-Tracking Four Paths to Human Extinction

The global elite is conducting a coup that is designed to destroy all of the key elements of human society. It is doing this by destroying the essence of what it means to be human, by destroying the nature of existing human relationships, and by destroying… »

10.06.2020

Disarm the system of violence, discrimination and racism, the new inspiration for our species

Disarm the system of violence, discrimination and racism, the new inspiration for our species

“The faith in the future of the human is rooted in an understanding of the direction of history that began with our hominid ancestors.” (Silo, Letter to my friends p.45, 1995) Caring for others is rooted in human structure Many don’t realize that Nonviolence comes from ancient times. It was… »

06.06.2020

George Floyd, Presente!

George Floyd, Presente!

“We’re here today because George Floyd is not here,” Keith Ellison, Minnesota’s first African American Attorney General, said on Wednesday afternoon. “He should be here. He should be alive, but he’s not.” Ellison then announced he was elevating the charge against fired Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin to second-degree murder. »

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