Biographical Powerpoint on the Life of Abdul ‘Badshah’ Khan

In celebration of Dr. King’s birthday, the Institute created a Powerpoint offering readers information about the life of an internationally acclaimed historical figure in nonviolent movements, Khan Abdul Ghafar ‘Badshah’ Khan, a Pashtun man who had been dear friends with Mohandas Gandhi and an integral figure in nonviolent resistance to British occupation in pre-Partition India.

Use this link to become more acquainted with the life of the man who became known as the ‘Frontier Gandhi’ for his relentless pursuit of justice and peace.

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Increasingly, I am opting out of the typical, American greeting which is some variety of: Hi, how are you?            Fine, thanks, and you? Doing fine, …

Space for Meditation

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