Odessa to Kiev Ukraine Peace Walk 1988

This post is prompted by the recent civil unrest and uprisings (collectively referred to as Euromaidan) in Kiev and other cities and regions of Ukraine, involving violent protests against and their violent suppression by the government. Regardless of which side started first or is most at fault, violent means of resolving conflict inevitably cause suffering, […]

A History of Nonviolence

The Swarthmore College Peace Collection houses a uniquely comprehensive archive of primary source materials related to U.S. and international peace initiatives from the early 19th century to present. Several DGs in the Collection pertain specifically to the American-Soviet peace walks, and other topics related to nonviolent action for peace and nuclear disarmament.




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