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Monthly archives for July, 2019

Nonviolence News: Puerto Rico Ousts G...

Editor’s Note from Rivera Sun: Highlights of Nonviolence News this week: Puerto Rico successfully forced their governor to resign. Meanwhile, in Oklahoma, USA, migrant justice activists scored a major victory: stopping Fort Sill from serving as a child detention center.  Icelandic scientists issued an eulogy for a melted glacier destroyed by climate change. Australian artists have sent 1,400 […]

Nonviolence News: From Algeria to Ecu...

Nonviolence News: From Algeria to Ecuador, Sudan to Pakistan

Editor’s Note from Rivera Sun: In this week’s Nonviolence News, you’ll find stories from around the world. People on every continent are rising up for human rights, political freedoms, and environmental protection. Many of them are using nonviolent action in the global quest for rights and justice. Here are some of there recent stories: Indigenous Hawai’ians blockade the construction […]

Nonviolence News: #CloseTheCamps R...

July 13th, 2019 Editor’s Note from Rivera Sun: In this week’s Nonviolence News, you’ll find stories about how nonviolent action kept libraries from closing in the UK, saved Madrid’s low emission zone law, launched a #metoo movement in Armenia, planted 66 million trees in half a day in India, and turned a night highway road construction […]

Nonviolence News: Inspiring Action

July 6th, 2019 Editor’s Note from Rivera Sun: In this week’s Nonviolence News, you’ll find ten heartening victories! The migrant rescue ship captain in Italy was released this week when a judge ruled that she was not breaking the law. On the heels of that announcement, a second migrant rescue ship challenged the Italian right-wing interior minister by […]

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