Movement Strategy For Our Times

By Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese, -

In 2017, more people became activated for social justice. At the same time, white supremacist groups became more visible, marching with torches and chanting words of hatred. There were conflicts [...]

Net Neutrality: Gandhi’s Salt For US

By Rivera Sun, -

Net Neutrality is the keystone issue in the movement of movements. It is poised to become as pivotal to our interconnected struggles as the Salt March was for Gandhi and the Indian Self-Rule [...]

Day 6 Of Countdown To Launch: Rivera Sun

By Staff, -

By Popular Resistance. Rivera Sun is an author, activist and movement strategist living in New Mexico. She writes fiction that teaches nonviolent strategy through compelling stories for people of [...]

Only Nonviolent Resistance Will Destroy Corporate State

By Chris Hedges, -

By Chris Hedges for Truth Dig - The encampments by Native Americans at Standing Rock, N.D., from April 2016 to February 2017 to block construction of the Dakota Access pipeline provided the [...]

Campaign Nonviolence Organizes Over 1,600 Events For Week Of Actions

By Maria Benevento, -

By Maria Benevento for NCR - A grassroots movement to bring nonviolence into the mainstream has been quietly but exponentially growing, resulting in 1,600 nonviolent actions in all 50 U.S. states [...]

Campaign Nonviolence Mounts Nationwide Week Of Actions

By Aggie Perilli and Jeanine Genauer, -

By Aggie Perilli and Jeanine Genauer for Pace e Bene - Corvallis, OR (September 15, 2017) –Over 1000 marches, actions, events and rallies are poised to take place in all 50 states nationwide as [...]

Is Violence The Way To Fight Racism?

By Peter Singer, -

By Peter Singer for Project Syndicate. PRINCETON, NJ – Should rallies by neo-Nazis and white supremacists be met with violence? That question was raised by the tragic events in [...]

Noam Chomsky: AntiFa Is ‘A Major Gift To The Right’

By Maya Oppenheim, -

By Maya Oppenheim for The Independent. Noam Chomsky has criticised the anti-fascist movement and argued its actions are wrong in principle and it is a “major gift to the right”. The eminent [...]

Beyond Violence And Nonviolence

By Ben Case, -

By Ben Case for Roar Magazine. The argument over violence and nonviolence — one of the oldest and most divisive on the left — is back. Broken windows, mass arrests and one well-timed punch marked [...]

Authoritarianism Is Making A Comeback

By Maria J. Stephan and Timothy Snyder, -

By Maria J. Stephan and Timothy Snyder for The Guardian. It is time for those who support democracy to remember what activists from around the world have paid a price to learn: how to win. [...]

April Showed Huge Increase In Nonviolent Protests Across The US

By Alexandra Rosenmann, -

By Alexandra Rosenmann for AlterNet - April showed a huge increase in nonviolent protest activity across the U.S. As co-director of the Crowd Counting Consortium, Erica Chenoweth has been [...]

Can ‘Spiritual Left’ Make The Change They Wish To See?

By Arielle Levites, -

By Arielle Levites for Religion Dispatches - Over the last twenty-five years, as more and more Americans cease affiliating with any particular religion or church, they increasingly identify with [...]

Night After Day In Afghanistan

By Dr. Hakim, -

By Dr. Hakim for the Afghan Peace Volunteers. Dr. Hakim runs the Afghan Peace Volunteers. Here is the most recent message that they sent about the important work they are doing to survive, heal [...]

The Protesting Priest

By Angela Ufheil, -

By Angela Ufheil for Urban Plains. Each year, the Andrews Air Force Base hosts an open house. Thousands visit the Maryland base to see the latest in aircraft technology. Pilots perform aerial [...]