What I learned about nonviolence from Tony Soprano
Through the eyes of an organizer, “The Sopranos” offers many lessons in navigating power and how to wield it.
50 years ago, the Pentagon Papers’ success hinged on a personal...
Without the friendships he forged in the antiwar movement, Daniel Ellsberg might not have found the courage and support he needed to help end the Vietnam War.
Nonviolence and trust
This week I joined others from my town in a State Department initiative called City Pair; in this case, "pairing" Portland, Oregon...
Nonviolence or nonexistence? The legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.
Reverend King posed the fundamental choice of our time: nonviolence or nonexistence. What is your choice?
Punishment is Violent and Counterproductive
Punishment can sometimes appear to get you the outcome you want in the short term. The cost is that it always moves you further away from any desirable outcome in the long run.
Gandhi: ‘My Life is My Message’
Each of us has a choice. We can stand aside in the great fight for survival in which humanity is now engaged. Or we can be involved. What is your choice?
Nonviolent Revolt in the Twenty-First Century
“If you also wish to be part of the worldwide movement to end violence in all of its forms, you are welcome to sign the online pledge of ‘The People's Charter to Create a Nonviolent World’.”
Yes to Assertive, No to Aggressive
“We are humans—we have great big brains that are hard-wired for all possible responses, from violent to nonviolent, which makes us the unique species neurologically capable of infinite, illimitable choice. Let’s be wise about it.”