Nonviolence and Giving Witness

Inspiring Change through Nonviolent Direct Action

This group is focused on the philosophy and tactics of nonviolent direct action and explores applications for today’s world. From Gandhi’s salt march to Rosa’s seat on the bus, nonviolent direct action can be an effective agent of change. Please contact the church front office for meeting dates and times.

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