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Non-violence and social change

Seminar on Non-violence and Social Change University of Allahabad 1971.

Non-violence and social change

by Seminar on Non-violence and Social Change University of Allahabad 1971.

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Published by Navajivan in Ahmedabad .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gandhi, Mahatma, 1869-1948 -- Congresses.,
  • Nonviolence -- Congresses.,
  • Social change -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementeditor, J. S. Mathur, asst. editor, P. C. Sharma.
    ContributionsMathur, J. S. 1927-, Sharma, P. C.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHM278 .S397 1971
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 287 p. ;
    Number of Pages287
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4389845M
    LC Control Number78909125

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The book is intended to be useful for courses, discussion groups, and individuals. The book is intended to be useful for courses, discussion groups, and individuals. This book is a compilation of papers received from a seminar on Non-violence and Social Changes held from 30th Januaryto 1st February, jointly organized by Gandhi Bhawan and Christian Institute for the Study of Religion and Society.

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Indeed, although it is obvious that nonviolent movements for social change must internationalize, because of the interlocking nature of the problems they all face, and because otherwise those problems will breed war, we have hardly begun to build the skills and the strategy, or even the commitment, to planetize our movement for social justice.

Many people feel that nonviolence as a strategy for social change was cremated in the flames of the urban riots of the last two years. They tell us that Negroes have only now begun to find their true manhood in violence; that the riots prove not only that Negroes hate whites, but that, compulsively, they must destroy them.

Martin Luther King, Jr. is a magnificant portrait of King as the most effective leader of the American nonviolent movement, a courageous and eloquent proponent of creative dissent, and a prophet who aimed to transform the conscience of the nation."--BOOK Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc.

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Social Change: Selected full-text books and articles. Nonviolence is seen as an effective way of waging social change even in corrupt and repressive contexts. Summary. Large-scale nonviolent movements for social and political change include famous historical cases like the Indian independence struggle, the Civil Rights Movement in the United States, and the movement to end Apartheid in South Africa.

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Thich Nhat Hanh writes eloquently in the tradition of Mahatma Gandhi and Martin Luther King, Jr. on the need for mindfulness and altruistic love as the basis for political action/5. In ‘‘Nonviolence and Social Change,’’ King defends nonviolent resistance as a political tool to convince ‘‘the wielders of power’’ to respond to national poverty (King, Trumpet, 62).In Decemberthe Montgomery Improvement Association (MIA) held the first of its annual conferences on nonviolent direct action, called the Institute on Nonviolence and Social Change.

The theme of the institute was “Freedom and Dignity Through Love,” and it included an address by Martin Luther King, Jr.