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Nonviolence is shaped by principles that guide our actions as we work for change.​

  • Love

From small acts of kindness to mass movements for change, nonviolence moves our care for other people into action.

  • Community

Nonviolence helps us organize our community to refuse to cooperate with injustice. It gives us ways to engage our community in solutions and alternatives.

  • Justice

Nonviolence offers practical and effective tools to achieve justice in a way that breaks the cycle of violence.

  • Courage

It takes courage to stand up for peace and justice. Nonviolence unleashes that courage within us.

Our Mission is to help individuals and communities develop the inner resources and practical skills needed to achieve a nonviolent, sustainable, and just world.

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Online Grief Circle

Join us for this opportunity to share what’s heavy on your heart during these uncertain times. We will be offering online grief circles every Tuesday and Thursday, please join as …

Online Webinar: Let’s Talk About Hate

What is hate? How does it shape our thoughts, identities, and communities? What can we do about it? Join Chyna Moorehead and  Kit Miller from the Gandhi Institute for an afternoon …

Effective Connections with Meganwind Eoyang

  “Never again will you believe that a person is too hard to work with, a decision too complicated to make, or a conversation too difficult to have.”     …

Our Gandhi & Nonviolence Cards are traveling the world, bringing Gandhi’s philosophy to life in meaningful, fun ways.

Caring for Those Who Have Died

During this time of the pandemic when the fear of death and increased likelihood of loss is on our minds, I have been thinking of how to extend care to …

Where is Nonviolence Hiding Today?

More and more I am realizing that nonviolence shows up in many places throughout our daily lives. In the past few weeks, I have enjoyed discovering new places where nonviolence …

Let’s Talk about Hate

Since 2016, my colleagues and I have been leading public workshops called “Let’s Talk About Hate” at the Gandhi Institute, and for other groups and sites upon request. These events …