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1 He led marches and protests throughout the segregated south, preached non-violence in the face of violence and went to jail several times for his actions.
2 On this International Day of Non-Violence, let us work together to use the great force of non-violence to build peaceful and just societies for ourselves and for our children.
3 Many of these extremists misread the significance and intent of nonviolence because they failed to perceive that militancy is also the father of the nonviolent way.
4 The British Conservatives only became really angry with him when, as in 1942, he was in effect turning his non-violence against a different conqueror.
5 High school bands march the streets of Los Angeles - a common celebration on the day the nation marks the holiday celebrating King and his message of non-violence..
6 What had happened, for example, to the yogic principle of ahimsa, non-violence?
7 Appalled by the wanton violence and rivers of blood he caused, Ashoka (304-232 BC), the Maurya emperor of India, embraced non-violence and actively advocated atonement.
8 the Master's holiness that he was said to have tamed the snake and persuaded it to practice the discipline of nonviolence.
9 As Gandhi once said, "It is non-violence only when we love those that hate us."
10 That is the work of a bodhisattva, a Buddha, always with compassion and nonviolence.
11 With the jails filling up and the scorching glare of national disapproval focused on Birmingham, Bull Connor abandoned his posture of nonviolence.
12 Nonviolence is the greatest force at the disposal of mankind. It is mightier than the mightiest weapon of destruction devised by the ingenuity of man.
13 key to the Pope's spiritually motivated defiance of the Soviets was its nonviolence.
14 Haggis lent his name to nearly any cause that espoused peace and justice: the Earth Communications Office, the Hollywood Education and Literacy Project, the Center for the Advancement of Non-Violence.
15 Hippies preach altruism and mysticism, honesty, joy and nonviolence.
16 in favour of nonviolence ( ahimsa ) and vegetarianism, much encouraged by the heterodox sects, spread during the mauryan period and were greatly encouraged by asoka.
17 Stokely Carmichael, later to lead the Black Panther Party, was one SNCC leader to lose faith in the policy of using non-violence to face down police brutality.
18 She is a petite 20-year-old college student who paints her nails pink, has an infant son and believes in non-violence: meet Marisol Valles, the newest police chief in Mexico's drug war cauldron.
19 Those who preach nonviolence as a rule or law tend to be the most violent of all.
20 Some few spectators, who had not been trained in the discipline of nonviolence, reacted to the brutality of the policemen by throwing rocks and bottles.
21 Dr. King’s death left a void in a nation desperately in need of his allegiance to nonviolence and his belief in the promise of America, and now in danger of losing both.
22 Gunmen with military weapons showed up on April 10th to aid the red shirts, who profess nonviolence.
23 Ammar, in his turn, reminded a rally of youthful protesters in Jasem on April 26 that nonviolence teaches an openness to negotiation.
24 He depends, in his own life, on the Buddhistconcept of ahimsa, or nonviolence, and in the effort to live withoutcausing harm.
25 Not for the reasons that you might think, though, like his belief in nonviolence.
26 In an era of violence, she has consistently supported nonviolence.
27 do otherwise would be to confirm his cowardice and take him further away from nonviolence.
28 In terms of soft power, we are also strong, because we are advocating nonviolence.
29 Before he can understand nonviolence, he has to be taught to stand his ground and even suffer death, in the attempt to defend himself against the aggressor who bids fair to overwhelm him.
30 Soon gandhi was expounding the doctrine of ahimsa (nonviolence) .