THURS. APRIL 7: Discussion of Gene Sharp’s “Politics of Nonviolent Action”

Title: Discussion of Gene Sharp’s “Politics of Nonviolent Action”
Location: RCNV 515 Broadway Santa Cruz, CA
Description: Part of the Active Nonviolence Series of the RCNV led by Scott Kennedy. Gene Sharp: the Politics of Nonviolent Action
or “How to overthrow a tyrant”
7:30 p.m.
at the Resource Center for Nonviolence, 515 Broadway, Santa Cruz

$5-$10 suggested sliding-scale donation
“Sharp is perhaps the most influential proponent of nonviolent action alive. He stresses the practical utility of nonviolence, de-emphasizing its moral aspects. His work has served as a how-to manual for activists in a swath of countries across Eastern Europe, Asia and the Middle East. His intellectual contribution to the Egyptian movement is further proof of his remarkable global impact.” — The Progressive Magazine.

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