Tag Archives: Nonviolence

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2012-07-08

Nonviolence Friday, July 6. Join the Summit! … http://t.co/0FcXyqeY # September Forum: change of location and logistics. … http://t.co/OAhf46gf # Great day at NatGat yesterday. Currently joining in on a conference discussion with Arab Spring activists and… http://t.co/ZQRAweGq #… read more

Waging Feminism: the other side of nonviolent struggle

Edited by Waging Nonviolence and posted on June 11, 2012 here. May 17 marked Women Occupying Wall Street’s (WOW) First Feminist General Assembly in New York, along with similar assemblies in Chicago and other Occupy sites nationwide. It also happened to be my 30th birthday. Everyone knows that when you pass to a new decade,… read more

Spinning Wheel #3: Facing Fascism

by Michael Nagler Police brutality, suppression of dissent, heartless cruelty toward the disadvantaged, xenophobia and other forms of racism, Freikorps-type vigilante groups, corporate domination subjugating law and government, election fraud and war — America has virtually all the telltale characteristics of fascism, not just some.  And it could not be otherwise, because the culture of… read more