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Nonviolence and Peace Movements – Crash Course World History

Erstellt am 16.01.2022 von Andreas Hermann Landl
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John Green teaches you about nonviolence and peace movements in the 20th century.

  • What is nonviolence?
  • What is a peace movement?

Well. traditionally, humans often resort to violence when they come into conflict. In the 20th century, it became much more common for people to enact change by means of nonviolence, and there was a common thread of connection between many of the most notable advocates of peaceful change. Crash Course will take you from Gandhi to Gregg to Bayard Rustin to Martin Luther King, Jr, to the Cold War to Arab Spring along a path of nonviolent resistance and peaceful change. It’s pretty great. Citation 1: King, Martin Luther, Jr., Farewell Statement for All India Radio, 9 March 1959. SUBBABLE SHOUTOUTS! From Peter Borenstein to Mickale Dillen: Happy late birthday to the best Ezreal mid in NA that I know

text of the video on youtube 2022-01-20

Well but with regard to Gandhi the picture must be extended by the perspectives of Arundhati Roy and or

The Doctor and the Saint: Caste, Race, and Annihilation of Caste,the Debate Between B.R. Ambedkar and M.K. GandhiChicago: Haymarket Books2017


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