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Dominic Barter talks to Michael Nagler at Nonviolence Radio about restorative justice as a radical practice for reshaping the way we see ourselves and those around us. His work, he shares, is based not on faith, like many other of his colleagues, but on doubt. Listen in to find out why. To learn more about his work, visit Restorative Circles. L ...…
 
Like every woman I know, I’m baffled by the Supreme Court nomination/confirmation process in the United States. I’ve run the gamut of emotions; I’ve traveled the peaks and valleys. I am, like far too many women I know, a survivor. It took me many years to be able to acknowledge it, let alone say anything about it. The healing work, I only recen ...…
 
Alycee Lane, author of #NonviolenceNow, returns to Nonviolence Radio to talk climate change, science, revolution, and the urgency of nonviolent action to save our collective home. Check out her latest book, The Wretched of Mother Earth: The Handbook for Living, Dying, and Nonviolent Revolution in the Midst of Climate Change. Nonviolence News wi ...…
 
Meet Steve Michelson–documentary filmmaker and social transformation strategist. Listen in about how he sees documentary filmmaking as a tool for creative social and environmental justice, and get involved in something he cares a lot about: Nature Needs Half. Stay a few minutes more for hope and inspiration from our latest segment of Nonviolenc ...…
 
Catch our latest episode of Nonviolence News, a new-story news program to supplement our Nonviolence Radio. Special guest: Linda Sartor The post Nonviolence News: Podcast appeared first on Metta Center.
 
(Image from Gandhi Searches for Truth: A Practical Biography for Children, of Gandhi experiencing a restorative moment with the Lancashire Mill Workers…) In this episode, we interview Lyndsey Burcina, restorative practitioner and the youngest candidate ever running for the Santa Rosa School Board at just 18 years old about her background and in ...…
 
Leadership is a practice much more than a static role. On this show, we explore nonviolent leadership from a few angles, including vision, qualities to develop, and their practical application. We’re joined in studio by Metta Center volunteer, Derek Douglas-Hecker. The post Leadership & Nonviolence appeared first on Metta Center.…
 
After reading Gandhi’s Hind Swaraj (Indian Home Rule), Raghav Kaushik was inspired to reflect critically on Gandhi’s views for potential pitfalls and insights for enviornmental movements. He invites us to join him in his critical anaylsis of systemic transformation. Listen below or subscribe to us on iTunes. The post “Gandhi and Environmental M ...…
 
In this episode, we explore some big questions and big answers about nonviolence and human existence (!) as we dive into some powerful and imporant instances of nonviolence in the news. Podcast below. The post Big Questions, Big Answers about NV appeared first on Metta Center.
 
Repression tactics often backfire. Nonviolent actors can learn from this dynamic to strengthen their strategy for action. Lee Smithey, Associate Professor of Peace and Conflict Studies at Swarthmore College, joins Nonviolence Radio to discuss the concept behind his latest book, co-edited with Lester Kurtz, The Paradox of Repression. More on the ...…
 
“We as a nation must undergo a radical revolution of values. We must rapidly begin the shift from a “thing‐oriented” society to a “person‐oriented” society.” ~ Martin Luther King, Jr. David Hartsough, Executive Director of Peaceworkers, author of Waging Peace, and long-time nonviolent activist joins Nonviolence Radio to talk about the Poor Peop ...…
 
At the United Nations on Thursday, 24 May, the missions of Australia and Uruguay hosted a Side Event on “Sustaining Peace and Preventing Violence Through Unarmed Civilian Protection” following an open-ended debate in the Security Council on the protection of civilians. Carmen Lauzon-Garmaytan, an unarmed civilian protector from Mindanao, Yasmin ...…
 
Pledges, vows, and oaths, oh my! What role do they play in nonviolence and nonviolent action? What kind of commitment to nonviolence are you willing to make right now, and what do you need to deepen your commitment over time? Listen to this show for more insight on these questions, and don’t miss your nonviolence in the news for an added dose o ...…
 
What happens when we imagine and tell stories about nonviolent movements? We are more likely to make them a reality! Novelist, activist, trainer, Rivera Sun, joins us to talk about her latest novel, The Roots of Resistance, and the power of nonviolence in all of its constructive and obstructive creativity. Stay on for a dose of Nonviolence in t ...…
 
April 4th, 2018 marked the 50th year since Dr. King’s assassination and so we review some material from interviews we did with Dr. Clayborne Carson, Executive Director of the MLK Research Institute at Stanford, at his home in Palo Alto, about King’s nonviolence and who he was. In part two, we bring back our interview with Frans de Waal, about t ...…
 
“We are the leaders we have been waiting for.” -Lamisa Mustafa We pass the mic of Nonviolence Radio this week to Lamisa Mustafa and Candice Fudzie, of Southern Methodist University, Dallas, to discuss the growing youth movement to challenge the culture of gun violence in America. Candice is on the organizing committee for March for Our Lives, D ...…
 
Joe Worthy is a National Organizer with the Children’s Defense Fund, an organization, which is, among other things, committed to helping youth strategize and win nonviolent campaigns, affirming that their voices and lives matter. If you are organizing in the youth community or in your school, Joe wants to be in touch. Find out more on this show ...…
 
Christa Tinari, founder of Peace Praxis and co-author of Create a Culture of Kindness in Middle School, joins Nonviolence Radio to talk about the real meaning of kindness and some practical tools that can help us to show kindness with justice in more areas of our lives. Then, Marilyn King, two-time Olympian who has turned her vision to peacebui ...…
 
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