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WRI posts the videos (Howard Clark)

Grateful they’re helping to spread the word of the existence of this activist and thinker, and great friend. Feel free to post them everywhere and send them to all your friends! 🙂 http://www.wri-irg.org/node/22841 Advertisements

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More on Howard Clark

More on Howard Clark, an amazing human being. This piece is written by two people he loved and worked with, brothers in the struggle to make the world a better place: Andrew Rigby and Michael Randle ♥ ♥ ♥ http://wri-irg.org/node/22778Continue reading

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Howard Clark, video 2, more on nonviolent struggle

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Howard Clark, video 1, Chair of War Resisters’ International

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Second video just published

Interviewing Howard Clark (2 of 4) – mp4 (431MB) /webm (364,7MB) vídeo, 35 mins. Vídeo 2: What do pacifists do? (2) Nonviolent struggle/activism in the world (2) ESPAÑOL. Los vídeos de la entrevista a Howard Clark están en inglés pero … Continue reading

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Howard Clark Interview

Part 1 http://www.mujerpalabra.net/activismo/pacifismo/howarclarkinterview2013/index.htm

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Howar Clark photos

http://www.wri-irg.org/HowardClarkGallery

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Book of Condolences

http://wri-irg.org/ForHoward

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Quote from Making Nonviolent Revolution

“Nonviolent anarchism isn’t a policy where you simply stop short of violence. It demands a different sort of revolution, made in a different style: to resist and undermine authority; to undo and outgrow authority relationships; to take authority for our … Continue reading

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