Tag Archives: Non-violence protest

A Call for Positive Role Models.

By Maisha Todd The Arab Spring of 2010 was well known for its uprisings in countries like Egypt and Syria, which started out promising but did not end that way. On the other hand, the tiny country of Tunisia, which … Continue reading

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When Does Nonviolent Action “Work”?

Why do some political uprisings succeed when others are brutally crushed?   What part does dialogue play in such movements?  And then, what constitutes success after the big demonstrations are over? My head has been spinning from all that has transpired … Continue reading

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