Tag Archives: labor rights

Love & Solidarity

Film still courtesy of Love & Solidarity “Violence is the use of power to harass, intimidate, injure, shackle, kill, destroy.” In the 38-minute documentary Love & Solidarity, Rev. James Lawson speaks about structural forms of violence. No one, he makes a point of noting, has a right to commit violence. With violence aptly illustrated, Lawson… read more

Nonviolence Currents: adapted from “Industrial Disasters and Student Activism – An Untold Story”

Nonviolence Currents – Bridging Nonviolence and Current Events in the Classroom A service of the Metta Center for Nonviolence LESSON PLAN #2 Waging Nonviolence Article: Industrial disasters and student activism – an untold story by George Lakey Themes: labor rights, dehumanization, nonviolence, activism Ages: 14-18 (high school) Pre-reading activity: Ask students to skim the article and look… read more