tired to describe nonviolence to me.
“Active nonviolence requires taking to the streets,”he claimed adamantly. “That’s where it happens. That’s how it’s practiced.”
“Tell everyone from now on, if they want to practice nonviolence, they have to take public action, public action, public action!”
Eachtime he claimed the words, “public action,” he put the rear of his right-hand man on the hand of his left hand, to stress his message.
Activenonviolence is not laziness. It’s not relaxing at meetings or paying attention to the problem or investing our time onFacebook It’s arranged public activity in the roads for development, disarmament, as well as justice.