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Healing Resistance: A Radically Different Response to Harm

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In "Healing Resistance: A Radically Different Response to Harm," Kazu Haga revitalizes the potent force of nonviolence, demonstrating its transformative power both personally and societally. Published on January 14, 2020, this enlightening work draws from Haga's extensive experience in Kingian Nonviolence, a methodology rooted in Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s principles and adapted by contemporary movements such as the Women’s March and Black Lives Matter. The book not only addresses the historical context and effectiveness of nonviolent action but also offers practical strategies to combat activist burnout and promote enduring peace and equity. Ideal for adult education settings, "Healing Resistance" serves as a crucial tool for anyone involved in racial justice, restorative practices, or community leadership, providing a blueprint for maintaining resilience and effecting meaningful change in an often tumultuous world.
Published by Parallax Press on January 14, 2020
296 pages
ISBN: 9781946764430
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