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Nonviolence and Terrorism: WEBINAR

Nonviolence and Terrorism: What can WE do? Where do we even begin? Join Dr. Michael Nagler (The Metta Center for Nonviolence) and Dr. Johan Galtung (Transcend) for a live webinar on Saturday, December 5, 2015 at 10 am PST. Please help spread the word and share this widely. Register in advance here. … read more

“A Successful Strike”–Daily Metta

November 3: “The conditions of a successful strike are simple. And when they are fulfilled, a strike need never fail.” –Gandhi (Young India, February 16, 1921) Would it be a surprise to learn that Gandhi was in favor of laborers and was on the side of strikers throughout his life? Of course not. He knew,… read more

“Resisting with Truth”–Daily Metta

May 1 “Nonviolence should never be used as a shield for cowardice. It is a weapon of the brave.” –Gandhi (Mahatma, Vol. 7, p.30) In his nonviolence classic, Courage in Both Hands, late Quaker activist Allan Hunter tells the story of Mrs. Pean-Pages, headmistress of a girls’ school in Paris during World War II. She had been hiding… read more