(Gandhi’s only possessions at the time of his samadhi)
On this episode of Peace Paradigm Radio, we talk with Josef Helfenstein, curator of a Houston exhibit (in the Menil Collection), and book published by Yale and Menil, entitled Experiments with Truth: Gandhi and Images of Nonviolence. Helfenstein spent decades researching the subject and brought together an amazing variety of photographs, paintings, sculptures, written word and more to tell the story behind the art of nonviolence.
Part two of the show is a conversation with the Director of the M.K. Gandhi Institute for Nonviolence, Kit Miller. She shares some of the thinking process behind their work and vision in Rochester, from restorative justice to community empowerment through agriculture.
And as always, you will receive your weekly dose of nonviolence in the news. A great show!