In These Times Protesters took to the streets outside of the Supreme Court of the United States on Monday night, following a report from Politico that the court intends to overturn Roe v. Wade, a development that would eradicate the federal right to abortion. People across the country are calling for mobilizations to continue, citing the devastation … Continue reading Yes, Protest Can Influence the Supreme Court
I was recently interviewed by my friend Andre Henry, who is a talented writer, musician and organizer, for his podcast called “Hope and Hard Pills.” I spoke about the role of Waging Nonviolence in the wider media landscape, debunked commonly-held myths around nonviolent action, shared stories of struggle that inspire me and the many ways … Continue reading Creative Disruption
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Today, we are unveiling a fresh new look at Waging Nonviolence, as well as an exciting new approach to the way we cover movements.