Making Waves #16 Summer 2004
Plan, Act, Evaluate. Contributors to this issue of Making Waves urge us to spend time evaluating and developing our methods. Nonviolent social change work requires us not only to harness our passion and anger but to evaluate and plan in order to increase our effectiveness.
page 2, Learning from the war - Calls for a process to look at the protest actions against the invasion of Iraq and pull out some key learning points
page 4, Undercurrents news network - Relaunch of the alternative news newtwork, or as was written in the Guardian, "the news you don't see on the news"
page 5, Aldermaston 2004 - Report about the march to Aldermaston to protest nuclear weapons
page 6, Me, my wheelchair and direct action - First-hand account of doing nvda in a wheelchair, as well as tips for wheelers and those working with wheelers
page 9, Poem - Turning the Tide
page 9, Book review - Truth Force: the Land Rights Movement in India, by Ekta Parishad and Action Village India
page 10, Book review - Living in Hope: People Challenging Globalization, edited by John Feffer
page 11, Book review - September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows: Turning our Grief into Action for Peace, by David Potorti and Peaceful Tomorrows
page 11, Video review - Nonviolence for the Brave: Gender Awareness Active nonviolence Training
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