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Nonviolence News March 2018

Editorial: Stormont – No, and....

Editorial essay: Feminism and nonviolence

Book review: Naomi Alderman’s ‘The Power’ reviewed by Miriam Turley

Eco-Awareness with Larry Speight: Gazing into the existential mirror

Readings in Nonviolence: Dan Berrigan’s 1978 review of ‘Star Wars’

Editorials: Nuclear terrorism, Making decisions

Eco-Awareness with Larry Speight: Controllers of the Universe

Readings in Nonviolence: Women Peacemakers Programme closes

Billy King: Rites Again

 

Readings in Nonviolence

Readings in Nonviolence’ features extracts from our favourite books, pamphlets, articles or other material on nonviolence, or reviews of important works in the field (suggestions welcome).

Introduced by Roberta Bacic

For the last four months INNATE has been introducing non-violence by the way of the arts. We have shared pieces that tackle this topic from different angles: “Transforming arms into art”, “Music and peace”, “Quilts and arpilleras” and last month “Art, war, politics”.

This month we are delighted to have a piece that shares with us a concrete experience that has taken place in Catalonia, Spain, and which has a concrete outcome – a CD - that might well help building bridges between different communities. It goes further than that; the process of shared experience between people from different parts of the world who are trying to build community is something we would also like to highlight. If you wish to get hold of the “Aiguallum, Voices of Diversity” CD, please contact Alba at alba.sanfeliu@uab.es

Community music

By Alba Sanfeliu

See http://www.innatenonviolence.org/readings/alba.pdf

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