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Recasting the narrative of pro-Palestine student encampments: a commitment to nonviolent changemaking

The student encampments are not places of hate, they are places of love where nonviolence triumphs. Their demands target an end to violence, and their methods reflect the same intention. The students’ dedication to their cause through peaceful protest is a true commitment to activism through a lens of peace education.

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Weaving Transnational Activist Networks: Balancing International and Bottom-up Capacity-building Strategies for Nonviolent Action in Latin America

This essay, by Jeffrey D. Pugh, proposes a model for international support of nonviolent action training and education that avoids the pitfalls of imposed liberal peacebuilding and colonizing hierarchies that could undermine movement legitimacy and expose activists to greater scrutiny and repression.

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