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Peace is the most powerful tool for any social
change. That’s the profound message of Mohandas
Karamchand Gandhi (Gandhi), one of the most powerful revolutionary leaders in modern
Respectfully called the “Mahatma” or “Great
Soul” by his followers, Gandhi’s only weapons were piercing words and peaceful protests.
Without guns or bombs, he altered the course of India’s future, and freed the
subcontinent from centuries of colonial rule.
Gandhi’s message still serves an inspiration
for the oppressed people of the world, reassuring them that justice and rights can
be achieved without bloodshed.
One of America’s greatest civil rights leaders found
inspiration in the life and works of Gandhi: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. In his
account of a 1959 trip to India, King wrote that the spirit of Gandhi is still
alive, but that “nobody comes near the stature of Mahatma.”
To bring new relevance to Gandhi’s teachings, the
M.K. Gandhi Institute for Nonviolence was
founded in 1991 by Gandhi’s own grandson, Arun. The Institute’s mission reminds us all that choosing peaceful protest
instead of violence is critical to the survival of humanity.
The M.K. Gandhi Institute for Nonviolence collaborates
with local organizations, academic institutions, students and committed
peacemakers to promote nonviolenceeducation, sustainability, and environmental
conservation, and the promotion of restorative
justice. It also provides skill training resources in nonviolent
communication (NVC), self-reflection, meditation, and experiential
Public service students or anyone interested in the M.K.
Gandhi Institute for Nonviolence can visit gandhiinstitute.org for more information. Make a donation, or see
what you can do to further the power of peace.
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