Texts on nonviolence and resistance

Martin Luther King in prison

“I never intend to adjust myself to the tragic inequalities of an economic system which takes necessities from the masses to give luxuries to the classes. I never intend to become adjusted to the madness of militarism and the self-defeating method of physical violence.”

Martin Luther King
Highlander Institute for activists in 1957

Civil disobedience without protest

SAAB Microwave Becoming2 Ploughshares disarmed military radar and parts of Test Range at SAAB Micowaves in Sweden

Vine and Fig Tree Planting in war factories.

“How many protesters does it take to convert a president?
“Only one, but the president has to got to want to change.”
“So no need for mass actions!”

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