Maria Stephan on Today’s Nonviolent Movements

May 30, 2019 00:11:12
Maria Stephan on Today’s Nonviolent Movements
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Maria Stephan on Today’s Nonviolent Movements

May 30 2019 | 00:11:12

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Show Notes

In the last two months, dictators in Sudan and Algeria were forced to step down because of popular pressure, demonstrating the power of nonviolent resistance to movements in places like Nicaragua and Venezuela. “When large numbers of people engage in various forms of noncooperation … that is where the real power of nonviolent resistance comes from,” says Maria Stephan.

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