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Challenging the belief that only violence is newsworthy.
||Nonviolence Now, News, and more!||We’re joined by Kit Miller, Executive Director of the MK Gandhi Institute for Nonviolence, who catches our listeners up to speed on the Nonviolence Now! Campain. Then, a quick look at emergency preparedness and nonviolence before we turn to an in-dept||12/9/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||From India with Love||Mandar Apte, Executive Director of From India with Love, joins Nonviolence Radio to discuss his documentary film and transformative nonviolent programs for police officers. Plus a short segment of Nonviolence in the News with Michael Nagler.||11/26/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||NV Resistance in WW2||On the 80th commemoration of Kristallnacht, Abigail Miller joins Nonviolence Radio to discuss the complexities of Jewish and non-Jewish nonviolent resistance during the Holocaust. Miller is the Director of Education and Historian in Residence at the Ho.||11/12/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Consent and Nonviolence: Radio||Two guests explore the topic of consent from a variety of angles on today’s show. Irene van der Zande, founder of Kidpower and co-author of Doing Right by Our Kids, shares insights on how to train people of all ages in setting positive and healthy b||10/29/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Dominic Barter on Life, Justice, and Doubt||Dominic Barter talks to Michael Nagler at Nonviolence Radio about restorative justice as a radical practice for reshaping the way we see ourselves and those around us. His work, he shares, is based not on faith, like many other of his colleagues,||10/12/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||For Courage & Unity: A Yoga Practice||Like every woman I know, I’m baffled by the Supreme Court nomination/confirmation process in the United States. I’ve run the gamut of emotions; I’ve traveled the peaks and valleys. I am, like far too many women I know, a survivor.||10/6/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||NV Action & Climate Change: Alycee Lane||Alycee Lane, author of #NonviolenceNow, returns to Nonviolence Radio to talk climate change, science, revolution, and the urgency of nonviolent action to save our collective home. Check out her latest book,||9/18/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Filmmaking & Social Transformation||Meet Steve Michelson–documentary filmmaker and social transformation strategist. Listen in about how he sees documentary filmmaking as a tool for creative social and environmental justice, and get involved in something he cares a lot about: Nature N||9/1/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Nonviolence News: Podcast||Catch our latest episode of Nonviolence News, a new-story news program to supplement our Nonviolence Radio. Special guest: Linda Sartor||8/24/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||NV Radio: 18 Year Old Running for School Board||(Image from Gandhi Searches for Truth: A Practical Biography for Children, of Gandhi experiencing a restorative moment with the Lancashire Mill Workers…) In this episode, we interview Lyndsey Burcina, restorative practitioner and the youngest candid||8/21/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Leadership & Nonviolence||Leadership is a practice much more than a static role. On this show, we explore nonviolent leadership from a few angles, including vision, qualities to develop, and their practical application. We’re joined in studio by Metta Center volunteer,||8/7/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||“Gandhi and Environmental Movement”||After reading Gandhi’s Hind Swaraj (Indian Home Rule), Raghav Kaushik was inspired to reflect critically on Gandhi’s views for potential pitfalls and insights for enviornmental movements. He invites us to join him in his critical anaylsis of syst||7/23/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Big Questions, Big Answers about NV||In this episode, we explore some big questions and big answers about nonviolence and human existence (!) as we dive into some powerful and imporant instances of nonviolence in the news. Podcast below.||7/7/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Paradox of Repression||Repression tactics often backfire. Nonviolent actors can learn from this dynamic to strengthen their strategy for action. Lee Smithey, Associate Professor of Peace and Conflict Studies at Swarthmore College,||6/25/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Poor People’s Campaign and more||“We as a nation must undergo a radical revolution of values. We must rapidly begin the shift from a “thing‐oriented” society to a “person‐oriented” society.” ~ Martin Luther King, Jr. David Hartsough, Executive Director of Peaceworker||6/9/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Protection without Violence: Podcast||At the United Nations on Thursday, 24 May, the missions of Australia and Uruguay hosted a Side Event on “Sustaining Peace and Preventing Violence Through Unarmed Civilian Protection” following an open-ended debate in the Security Council on the pr||5/26/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||What’s in a pledge? Podcast||Pledges, vows, and oaths, oh my! What role do they play in nonviolence and nonviolent action? What kind of commitment to nonviolence are you willing to make right now, and what do you need to deepen your commitment over time?||5/14/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Roots of Resistance: Podcast||What happens when we imagine and tell stories about nonviolent movements? We are more likely to make them a reality! Novelist, activist, trainer, Rivera Sun, joins us to talk about her latest novel, The Roots of Resistance,||4/30/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
Thoughts on the podcast
I really enjoy the guests and interesting stories discussed on the show. I haven’t found a podcast like this. It is informative and educational.
One of my favorite podcasts!
A friend of mine told me about the Metta Center and I found this podcast through their website. I've listened to several episodes. The hosts are knowledgeable and engaging and the content is insightful and inspiring. They often have good guests who add great perspectives and knowledge to the conversation. Every time I listen learn something valuable and I feel more empowered to make a difference in the world through nonviolent action. This is an excellent show and it holds a place of honor among my subscriptions.