How to Start a Revolution is a BAFTA award winning British documentary film about Nobel Peace Prize nominee and political theorist Gene Sharp, described as the world’s foremost scholar on nonviolent revolution. The film describes Sharp’s ideas, and their influence
Myth: War is Necessary Fact: Defense of freedom, democracy, and life itself, is better accomplished with nonviolent power. Only undemocratic domination over others requires violence and war. Related posts. It has become uncommon for war makers to advertise their wars
A commentated poetry reading addressing the current situations in Cuba and Nicaragua.
• Margaret Randall I am a US poet and author who lived for 11 years in Cuba (1969-1980) and 4 in Nicaragua (1980-1984). I have published widely on issues relating to both countries, principally women and culture. Among recent book titles are: Exporting Revolution: Cuba’s Global Solidarity, The Road/Solo El Camino–Eight Decades in Cuban Poetry, and I Never Left Home: Poet, Feminist, Revolutionary (a memoir), all published by Duke University Press; Thinking About Thinking (Casa Urraca Press); and Out Of Violence Into Poetry (Wings Press).
Music by Dean Stevens
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