More Resources

Crowd Sourced Resources
Each workshop we host, our participants alert us and the other participants to a whole wealth of other resources that are out there. Click the above link to see a list of resources built by those who have attended our workshop.

Global Nonviolent Action Database
A project of Swarthmore College, this site is an incredible database filled with case studies of past nonviolent movements, campaigns and actions.

Waging Nonviolence
The go-to spot for your online news about nonviolent movements, analysis, articles and much more.

Metta Center for Nonviolence
Their website is filled with lots of useful information, including the interactive Roadmap Compass, which everyone should check out.

International Center on Nonviolent Conflict
Another great resource on all things nonviolence.  Their site has news, information about various movements and a great resource library.  They also host the annual Fletcher Summer Institute and the James Lawson Institute.

Albert Einstein Institution
Founded by Gene Sharp, their website is filled with useful videos, free downloads, and much more.

Teaching Tolerance
A project of the Southern Poverty Law Center, this site has great resources for educators, including free documentaries.

Beautiful Trouble: A Toolbox for a Revolution
The website is a companion for the book by the same name, but the website itself is also filled with great resources.  Check out “The Toolbox” section, on the right side of the page about halfway down.

Association of Global New Thought
AGNT began the 64-day Season for Nonviolence, which runs annually from January 30th (Gandhi’s assassination) to April 4th (Dr. King’s assassination).  The website www.64days.org has some great free pamphlets with 64 daily practices of nonviolence for adults, teens and kids, and this page has one for prisoners.