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April 2009 Blog Posts (9)

THE GREAT AHMEDABAD TRIAL OF MAHATMA GANDHI 1922 AD









When Mahatma Gandhi entered the Central Hall of the Government Circuit House at Ahmedabad on the 18th of March, 1922 to face a trial on a charge of sedition under section 124A of the Indian Penal Code about two hundred spectators inside the improvised courtroom stood up as a mark of respect to the frail figure in loincloth.

The spectators included Kasturaba, Sarojini Naidu, Pandit Malaviya,N.C. Kelkar, Smt. J.B.… Continue

Added by Bal Patil on April 29, 2009 at 6:34am — No Comments

MARTIN LUTHER KING : NOBEL PRIZE WINNER

It will be a rare confluence of the legacy of Mahatma Gandhi, Martin Luther King Junior, nostalgia and jazz when Martin Luther King III comes to India Saturday to retrace the “pilgrimage” of his father 50 years ago.



The trip by Martin Luther King III, the eldest son of Martin Luther King Jr and Coretta Scott King, will be bristling with historical memories as he begins his India visit from New Delhi and goes to landmarks his father visited from Feb 10 to March 10,…
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Added by Bal Patil on April 26, 2009 at 7:00pm — 2 Comments

2009/2010 Fellowship Application is now OPEN!

This is our first blog post within the Gandhi-King Community and we want to start off by saying, "Hello out there!" We're inspired by the nature of the work being done by the community here and we look forward to learning more about all of you and about the work that you are all involved in.



Our organization, The Modern Story, is a grassroots educational program that bridges the technological divide by introducing a media program to secondary government schools in India. Through a… Continue

Added by The Modern Story on April 26, 2009 at 6:28pm — No Comments

Today I met with Shanti Ghosh, Sudhir Ghosh's wife (Sudhir was Gandhi's Emissary)



Clayborne Carson thought it would be good for me to share with the community about my time with Shanti Ghosh in New Delhi. I work here helping the poor, and besides Gandhi and MLK, Senator Harris Wofford is one of my heroes.



At the age of 88 Shanti Ghosh, who lives in New Delhi, India, is just as bright and lucid as someone might be in their 30s. Shanti and her late husband Sudhir Ghosh… Continue

Added by Mark Templer on April 15, 2009 at 9:24am — 2 Comments

The Pope's Easter message

I admire the Pope's message as we reflect the Easter season. As men and women of faith, we must pray to God for the end of war. Our president is in the midst of making very crucial decisions. My heart goes out to the families of our men and women over in Iraq and Afghanistan. Dr. King's three evils were racism, poverty, and war. I agree as well. King was a founding member and the first president of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. Their motto was, "To Redeem the Soul of America".… Continue

Added by Lawrence Giden on April 13, 2009 at 11:05am — 1 Comment

Game Theory vs Gandhian Theory

Definitely cheers to Obama for some hardspeaking to spolied Americans, otherwise it was difficult to get the Economic of America on rails by him.



However, many American strategiests have been relying on "Game theory" invented by Von Neumann & John Nash etc in not the fields of Market, Banks, Economy only but also designing their strategy on Terrorism, Afghhnistan, Pakistan & Iraq etc. on the basis of "Nash Equillibrium".



Neumann & Nash themselves said that the… Continue

Added by viduur on April 12, 2009 at 12:09am — 1 Comment

Dr. King on Easter Wknd-April 1963!!!! Happy Easter everybody!!!

Easter Weekend.....1963!!!



Dr. Martin Luther King was arrested in Birmingham, AL for helping to fight for racial equality. Instead of fighting the police and racism, he kneeled in prayer to God along with many others. While in jail, he wrote the famous "Letter from a Birmingham Jail!" A letter in response to criticism from local Birmingham preachers urging him to call off the protests in the city. One message stated there was that the word "wait" almost always meant… Continue

Added by Lawrence Giden on April 11, 2009 at 7:20am — No Comments

Using 'Twitter' to Mobilize a Demo

Here's an interesting article from The Democratic Strategist on using 'Twitter' to organize a nonviolent "flash mob" protest:

http://www.thedemocraticstrategist.org/strategist/2009/04/twitter_has_a_purpose.php

Added by Steve on April 9, 2009 at 1:30am — 2 Comments

Great MLK/Nonviolence Training Film

I urge all members to see the documentary, "King: Man of Peace in a Time of War," which features a remarkable interview of MLK on the topic of his opposition to the Vietnam War. This interview provides a highly instructive example of how to handle criticism effectively (and nonviolently), a great training film from a nonviolence education standpoint. In addition, MLK's well-reasoned critique of US military intervention in Vietnam translates exceptionally well to our times and to the quagmires… Continue

Added by Steve on April 9, 2009 at 1:10am — 1 Comment

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Notes

How to Learn Nonviolent Resistance As King Did

Created by Shara Lili Esbenshade Feb 14, 2012 at 11:48am. Last updated by Shara Lili Esbenshade Feb 14, 2012.

Two Types of Demands?

Created by Shara Lili Esbenshade Jan 9, 2012 at 10:16pm. Last updated by Shara Lili Esbenshade Jan 11, 2012.

Why gender matters for building peace

Created by Shara Lili Esbenshade Dec 5, 2011 at 6:51am. Last updated by Shara Lili Esbenshade Jan 9, 2012.

Gene Sharp & the History of Nonviolent Action

Created by Shara Lili Esbenshade Oct 10, 2011 at 5:30pm. Last updated by Shara Lili Esbenshade Dec 31, 2011.

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