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 By RIVERA SUN    Opinion

The bottom line in affecting change: Go for the money

It’s rare to hear business magazines admit the power of nonviolent action. As the editor of Nonviolence News, a service that collects and shares 30-50-plus stories of nonviolence in action each week, I often see business journals... — Updated 5/30/2019

 
 By RIVERA SUN    Opinion

The time is up. The time is now: An essay of the 'Man from the North'

(Editor’s note: The “Man from the North” is a fictional character from Rivera Sun’s first series of novels. She has him offering essays beyond her novels.) The time is up. The time is now. Gather the people to do the work:... — Updated 11/29/2018

 
 By RIVERA SUN    Opinion

'Letter from a Birmingham Jail' poignant, timely

On April 16, 1963, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was sitting in a stark jail cell in Birmingham, Alabama, where he had been arrested for engaging in nonviolent direct action. An ally had smuggled a newspaper into the jail that... — Updated 4/14/2016

 
 By RIVERA SUN    Opinion

Revolution's matchstick: The Trans-Pacific Partnership

Rolling down the corporate-political assembly line is a trade deal so treasonous to the people of the world that it should serve as revolution’s matchstick. The treaty is secret, but one fact is well known: the Trans-Pacific Part... — Updated 7/2/2015

 

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