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Peace Pledge for an Individual

Peace Pledge for Family

Kingian Steps and Principles

The Golden Rules

Altitudes of Development

8 Different Views of Life

WEBSITES – excellent source for anything on nonviolence. – find where the cities of peace are.
learn how your city can become a city of peace. – learn about the Peace Pole Project
get involved in planting peace poles in your
community. – learn about authors of Cory and the Seventh Story and other activities they are involved in.

Positive Peace Warrior Network

Center for Nonviolence and Peace Studies

10 Ways to Bring Peace to the World

64 Ways to Practice Nonviolence

Westerly/Pawcatuck International City of Peace –


Third Harmony: Nonviolence and The New Story of Human Nature.
Author: Michael Nagler
Easy read- Some excellent resources listed.

Cory and the Seventh Story
Authors: Brian D McLaren and Gareth Higgins
Excellent children’s book- Good read for adults also.

A New Republic of the Heart
Author: Terry Patten
Notes: Very good read- Excellent list of resources.

The Power of Nonviolence: Writings by Advocates Of Peace
Editor: Howard Zinn
Anthology of alternatives to war. Impressive list of authors.

Healing Resistance: A Radically Different Response to Harm
Author: Kazu Haga
An accessible, thorough, and deeply personal introduction to nonviolence as a power for personal and social transformation.

The Nonviolent Life
Author: John Dear
A clear vision of the power, meaning and impact of the spiritually grounded nonviolent life.

Why Civil Resistance Works: The Strategic Logic of Nonviolent Conflict
Authors: Erica Chenoweth Maria J. Stephan
Clearly and powerfully shows that nonviolence works.

Cultivation Peace: Becoming a 21st Century Peace Ambassador
Author: James O’Dea
Notes: Brilliant manifesto- weaves science, spiritually and social healing into a peace roadmap for all of us.

The Search for a Nonviolent Future
Author: Michael N. Nagler
Excellent read. Shows that nonviolence is an effective solution and an urgently needed response to political, social and moral turmoil.