As our name implies, we want to connect you to resources that may support your own pilgrimage to nonviolence. Please take a moment and explore the links provided below and expand your understanding of nonviolence.

Here are some links to other organizations working to promote nonviolence locally, nationally and globally. 

The Movement Action Plan,  developed by Bill Moyer, is a strategic model for waging nonviolent social movements. Bill Moyer is a US social change activist and the strategic model used by leading nonviolent organizations such as East Point Peace Academy and many others. 

Albert Einstein Institution: Advancing freedom with nonviolent action.  See Gene Sharp’s 198 types of nonviolent resistance

Waging Nonviolence:  People powered news and analysis

Beautiful Trouble: A toolbox for revolution. Resources for activists.
War Resisters’ International Handbook on Nonviolent Campaigns: War Resisters’ International is a global network of grassroots antimilitarist and pacifist groups, working together for a world without war
Pace e Bene: Peace and All Good, works with individuals, organizations, and movements to strengthen their efforts to abolish war, protect human rights, end poverty, challenge injustice, heal the planet and to meet today‚Äôs profound spiritual task: to build a more just, peaceful and nonviolent world.
James Lawson Institute: organizing movements and trainings for strategic nonviolent action.
East Bay Peace Academy:  Kingian nonviolence trainings;  Invested in creating leaders for peace
American Friends Service Committee:  a Quaker organization that promotes lasting peace with justice, as a practical expression of faith in action.
Nonviolence International: Working to promote nonviolent action and reduce the use violence worldwide.
Interfaith Peace Builders: educational and solidarity interfaith delegations to Israel/Palestine.
Voices for Creative Nonviolence: a campaign to end U.S. military and economic warfare.
War Resisters League: Resisting war at home and war abroad since 1923.