Stanford World House Project - Nonviolence Resources

On March 24 and 25 2022, Prof. Michael Honey brought together over twenty scholars, educators, and activists involved with educating and organizing for social and economic justice for all. The participants drew on the models of social change, and theories and practices of nonviolence from Gandhi to Martin Luther King, Jr., James Lawson, and others. They discussed how to expand networks of educators and activists to help create a roadmap at this critical juncture, especially for young social movement activists, many of whom may not know of the tactics and strategies of nonviolent direct action and the larger philosophy that in the past produced many movement victories. The material presented and collected for the seminar is now avaialble on this webpage.