Revolutionary Nonviolence: Organizing for Freedom

Revolutionary Nonviolence

By James M. Lawson Jr. An account of the philosophy and power of nonviolence organizing, and a resource for building and sustaining effective social movements. Demonstrates how we can overcome violence and oppression through organized direct action, presenting a roadmap for a new generation of activists. Michael K. Honey and Kent Wong reflect on Rev. Lawson’s talks and dialogues, from his speeches at the Nashville sit-in movement in 1960 to his lectures at UCLA, provides a comprehensive introduction to Rev. Lawson’s teachings on how to center nonviolence in successfully organizing for change. Read more.