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Calmly Fighting for a Nonviolent Future
by Jose Cervantes, Michaela Goldstein, Olivia Iv
In reviewing nonviolent movements across history, our group realized that practicing non violence can manifest in a many diverse ways. Through our research we came to understand that “nonviolence” is essentially a way of life, as opposed to existing only in single instances or short-lived movements. We will briefly introduce some of the non violent practices currently occurring in Sonoma County, illuminate what motivates these individuals to follow a nonviolent way of life, as well as explore a few of the many forms nonviolence can take.
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