Making Waves #15 Autumn 2003
Making Waves looks at attempts by the state to repress nonviolent social resistance in a variety of contexts.
page 1, Imprisoned on a bus - Recounts the experience of a group of peace activists who were detained and contained in the coach that was carrying them to a peace protest at USAF Fairford
page 3, Learning from the war, and learning about the law - Review of how laws against terrorism are being applied against peace protesters and encouragement to learn from our experiences and grow stronger
page 4, Movement against torture Sebastian Acevedo - Description of blitz actions undertaken by an informal, yet coordinated, group of activists to denounce torture in Pinochet's Chile
page 6, Anger alternatives - Tips on how to manage and use anger to you help grow and promote change
page 8, Revolutionary nonviolence - Reflection on the lessons we can learn from nonviolent visionaries of the past
page 10, Book review - A Revolution of the Heart: Essays on the Catholic Worker
page 10, Book review - One No, Many Yeses: A Journey to the Heart of the Global Resistance Movement
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