Category Archives: Nonviolence

Welcome to the Land of King!

By Anthony J. Marsella Ladies and Gentlemen, I write to you today from Atlanta, Georgia, USA, birthplace and national shrine of Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. (1929–1968), clergyman, civil rights leader, social activist, Nobel Prize Laureate, and martyr to the … Continue reading

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Dear Mr. President., regarding those tax bills….

Note from Kathie MM: It’s that time of year again. Just 12 months ago, I published a post by Larry Bassett entitled Ain’t gonna finance war no more — another effort in a long line of efforts to pursue peace and social … Continue reading

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I was there, Marching for Our Lives

By Sarah Mensch Yesterday, I marched for 2.5 miles with an estimated 50,000 people in Boston. As a student, I stood toward the front, and when I looked around I could see so many of the children I wrote about protecting … Continue reading

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Tens of thousands marched. I was there.

By guest author Deborah Belle Such a mixture of pain and joy to see so many marching today. Joy in the incredible strength, wisdom, and commitment of the young people leading this social movement along with their equally passionate elders. … Continue reading

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