Nonviolent Social Change
Begins With Me
In this important booklet, Marshall Rosenberg outlines his modern
theory of social change and restorative justice. Rosenberg's theory
compliments the vision of Mahatma Gandhi and Martin Luther King,
Jr. by focusing on creating an internal culture of nonviolence.
Social change and peace need to permeate all aspects of who we are
and what we support. From the manner in which we communicate, to
the intention we bring to every interaction, to the organizational
structures we support, social change "begins with me."
This is an excellent resource for nonviolent social change
activists, community leaders and anyone who wants to make a
difference in the world.
Learn how to move beyond enemy images to instead ground your
activism in a desire to serve life. This practical booklet will
help you learn how to differentiate between the basic human needs
you want to serve and the strategies you use to meet those needs.
In turn, you'll deepen your connection to the values that motivate
International peacemaker, Marshall B. Rosenberg,
Ph.D., is the founder of the Center for Nonviolent Communication,
Nonviolent Communication: A Language of
Speak Peace in a World of Conflict,
Life-Enriching Education, and several