Tag Archives: non-violence

What my filly taught me

By Kathie MM When I was thirteen, I tamed an outlaw horse named Heidi. She was pretty much a refugee from terror. She was a small, beautiful, and initially rather wild Morgan horse who had been viciously beaten and neglected. As a result … Continue reading

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God bless us, every one

Millions of Americans want peace, and in particular they want a peace that can be achieved peacefully. In today’s post, we share the voices of some of the hundreds of Americans who responded to the Personal and Institutional Rights to … Continue reading

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Time to protest?

In 1965, the Vietnam Day Committee, an anti-war group in Berkeley, California, called for an International Day of Protest from October 15-16 to express revulsion against the Vietnam War. Protest demonstrations around the country gradually evolved into a powerful anti-war … Continue reading

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No causes to kill for

Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, often known as Mahatma (“Great Soul” in Sanskrit) was born October 2, 1869. In 2007, the General Assembly of the United Nations approved a resolution to create… Continue reading

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