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The Martin Luther King, Jr. Center Aug 2
works when we work it. It’s effective for: •Strategic Social Change •Justice •Noncooperation with Evil •Education •Advocacy Register and apply for for our August Virtual Experience:
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Be A King Jul 31
is strategic, justice-seeking, love-centered noncooperation with evil. I, along with , would like to share more with you about what it is & how it works. Join us for our August virtual series. Register & apply for :
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Portland Protest Update Aug 4
Picture shows license plate of vehicle destroying property & endangering non-violent protestors, unconfimed report police may have arrested individual driving
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Kshemsmita Jain Aug 1
Means no harm done to any living being through;- Actions-Physical Speech-Verbal Thoughts-Mental Every living being has a right to live It is not only the attitude but the intention has to be free from violence.
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The Martin Luther King, Jr. Center Jul 29
is strategic noncooperation with evil purposed for reaching true peace, which includes justice. REGISTER for our August Nonviolence Series to learn more. SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE:
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O+ 4h
The word Nonviolence is not only bigger than Violence horizontally, but also vertically keeping humanity straight!
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RK Vij, IPS 21h
Gandhi's first discourse on non-violence- Hind Swaraj (1909)
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Dariel Garner 16h
Legendary Civil Rights Activist Fannie Lou Hamer by RiveraSunAuthor
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Yeabtsega Eshetu Aug 3
Yes🇪🇹 oromo, gurage, tigre, gambela, amhara, etc..culture is also an Ethiopian culture... some may feel left out because of past mistakes, but now ETH is a land for all and working for unity. If defects still exists, we shall fight it together 🇪🇹
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❤💙Emery of Lagos™ 24h
Dear Nigerians They are threatened whenever you speak up against their failure in governance...nonetheless we would keep speaking Cos the more we speak, the more they are made aware of how far reaching their failure is to the masses Speak up now
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AMAR Where You Are Aug 4
Ahimsa is the highest duty. Even if we cannot practice it in full, we must try to understand its spirit and refrain as far as is humanly possible from violence. @ Tinton Falls, New…
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Rivera Sun Aug 4
Can you imagine a world where people wage , not . This book helps
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Misty Woo Engle Aug 4
We have a culture of gun violence in the USA - in homes, on the streets, in militarized police departments, most everywhere you look. Can’t you please stop? Humans are supposed to be smarter than this. (paws over eyes)
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NOVACT Aug 3
In we've been working for 20 years towards social transformation through in the EuroMediterranean region This 2020 we don't stop and we want to celebrate it From October 2nd I The Mediterranean that we envision 👇
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sameer ali 6h
Gautam Buddha advised people to follow trurth, non-violence & virtues. He conducts all man are equal no one is superior to any one.
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Nicole Noelle Aug 4
"Nonviolence is a powerful and just weapon, which cuts without wounding and ennobles the man who wields it. It is a sword that heals.” -Martin Luther King, Jr as quoted from
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Peace Pledge Union Aug 3
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Be A King Aug 2
Register NOW! I hope to see you Tuesday for the first session!
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Mary *Masks On* Woo Aug 4
Demonstration of strength, responsibility, community.
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Rivera Sun Aug 3
Whether you are old or young, your heart will be captured by this story.
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