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Who would Jesus bomb?, peace march in San Francisco, by Renegade Martin Luther King Jr. in the March on Washington, 1963 Demonstrators sit, Israeli soldiers stand, by ISM-NC No War, by Bonifacio Pontonio

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Lanza del Vasto in India, 1937
Science et non-violence - Trois conférences de Lanza del Vasto
Three lectures at the university -founded by Gandhi- Gujarat Vidyapith, Ahmedabad, India, 1977. (Included in Alternatives et non-violence sur le net).
Photograph: Lanza del Vasto in India, 1937.
French - Translate - Lanza del Vasto - At forget-me.net


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The King Center   New
The official, living memorial dedicated to the advancement of the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The King Center utilizes diverse communications media, including books, audio and video cassettes, film, television, CDs and web pages, to educate people all over the world about Dr. King’s life, work and his philosophy and methods of nonviolent conflict-reconciliation and social change. Established in 1968 by Coretta Scott King.
English - Martin Luther King, Social Change - At thekingcenter.org

Coordination de l'Action Non-Violente de l'Arche (CANVA)
Non-violence in the line of Gandhi and Lanza del Vasto.
French, English, Spanish - Translate - Community of the Ark - At canva-ass.org

Gandhi Today
News, articles, events from a Gandhian perspective. The main concern of Gandhi Today is the present, not the past. It is the Gandhian concept of living, i.e. ahimsa (nonviolence), satyagraha (nonviolent action), swadeshi (self-reliance), swaraj (self-rule) and, above all, sarvodaya (the welfare of all), and the difficult task of applying this concept to our present violence based society, that has top priority on this site.
English - Mahatma Gandhi - At gandhitoday.org

M.K. Gandhi Institute for Nonviolence
The Mission of the Gandhi Institute is to promote and apply the principles of nonviolence locally, nationally, and globally, to prevent violence and resolve personal and public conflicts through research, education, and programming.
English - Mahatma Gandhi - At gandhiinstitute.org

Petra Kelly at a peace rally, 1982
Petra K. Kelly: Nonviolence Speaks to Power
Almost complete text of a book by Petra Kelly. With a selection of speeches and essays covering the period from August 1987 to July 1991, a biographical chapter, selected bibliography, etc. Online version at Center for Global Nonviolence, Hawaii. Also, out of print, published by Matsunaga Institute for Peace, University of Hawaii, 1992.
Image: Petra Karin Kelly, marching in a rally for peace (Munich, 1982).
English - Greens, Online Books, Peace, Petra Kelly - At globalnonviolence.org


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