• Martin Luther King Jr.: Faith and Nonviolent Protest: A fact sheet sharing the many ways King put his nonviolence values into action, the obstacles he encountered and his inspiring resolve.
    • Questions for Consideration: A question sheet to use alongside “Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.: Faith and Nonviolent Protest” that can help guide reflection, discussion and study.
  • Reflections on Nonviolence: A new resource about diverse faith perspectives on nonviolence.
  • Women Who Pursue Peace and Justice: A resource sheet highlighting the efforts of religiously-driven women in armed conflicts and women-centered programs in CVE.
  • Calls and Prayers for Peace and Justice: Read calls and prayers for peace and justice from many of the world’s great religions and philosophical traditions. They echo common threads that connect us, regardless of our different beliefs or lack of belief.
    • Questions for Consideration: A question sheet that may be used along with “Calls and Prayers for Peace and Justice”. Explore common themes, shared ethics and similar visions of peace that emerge across different faith and philosophical traditions.
  • Thanksgiving & American Indian Wisdom, Quotes & Prayers: Did you know that Native People are being targeted by white supremacists and right-wing extremists. To successfully combat hate and ignorance, we must be proactive in learning about each other. To start, check out these American Indian sayings and prayers.

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