Posts Tagged: nonviolence - (47 found)
Aidan Ricketts (2000) examines how devices such as imagination, ritual, ceremony, romance and symbolism, when combined with bold physical acts of protest, disobedience and defiance produce a powerful medium for asserting dissent. Published in the Journal.
Article by Elizabeth (Betita) Martinez. “I was at the jail where a lot of protesters were being held and a big crowd of people was chanting ‘This Is What Democracy Looks Like!’ At first it sounded kind of nice. But then I thought: is this really what demo
A comprehensive fact sheet providing the basic information you need to be aware of to protest peacefully, covering your legal rights and what you should do if you are arrested in Queensland.
Marty Branagan (2004) exploring the role of nonviolent political action in overthrowing the Serbian dictatorship.
“Since her arrest and five-day jail stay during the Seattle anti-WTO protests in November 1999, Starhawk has poured her energy into the global justice movement, participating in direct actions, leading nonviolence training workshops, and writing, always writing. Webs of Power is the outcome: an account from the front lines of that movement as it migrated…