The Non Violence Project is now live

The Nonviolence Project is a comprehensive repository that educates and informs viewers on the impact of nonviolent protests all over the world. From environmental issues to racial equality, the project showcases how nonviolence has been used to address many different issues by prominent world leaders and activists. Nonviolence is also a big feature in activism today and we want to show how movements like Black Lives Matter have taken inspiration from centuries of marches, sit-ins, and protests. From more well-known figures and events like Martin Luther King Jr. and the civil rights movement to lesser popular ones like Philippines’ People Power movement, we aim to educate and show how nonviolence has been a feature around the world and throughout history. Overall, we want to answer the question of how and why nonviolence has been an effective socio-political tactic across different cultural, geographical, and political landscapes. The project will be headed by Mou Banerjee and Kacie Lucchini Butcher Read More Here