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    Plowshare Peace and Justice Center - An Education and Resource Center Committed to the Creation of a Just World Peace which Recognizes the Dignity and Worth of Every Human Being.

    Alternatives to Violence Project - (A.V.P.) - Empowering people to lead nonviolent lives through affirmation, respect for all, community building, cooperation, and trust. Provides a history, publications available and workshop information.

    Deep Humanity Institute - Creates workshops in community building, peacemaking and personal development in schools, workplace, and community environments. Provides a brief overview, founders' biographies, and programs offered.

    Milarepa Fund - A non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of universal compassion and nonviolence, as well as freedom and independence of Tibet. Contains mission statement, information on membership, and contact information.

    The Seamless Garment Network, Inc. - A prolife, nonviolent program with a theme of "consistent ethic of life." Provides a list of nonviolence actions, articles, petitions, and letters to world leaders. Based in Garner, North Carolina.

    Global Action to Prevent War - A program for working toward the abolition of war, including genocide and internal conflicts. Features a list of countries with members, organization on the steering committee, program statements and overview, FAQs and membership information.

    The Non-Violence Project - Strives to teach alternatives to violent behavior, and to motivate and engage young people in positive action. Provides mission statement, lists of staff, board of directors, awards, and current programs. Based in Miami.

    M.K. Gandhi Institute for Nonviolence - The Mission of the M.K. Gandhi Institute for Nonviolence is to promote and apply the principles of nonviolence locally, nationally, and globally, to prevent violence and resolve personal and public conflicts through research, education, and programming.

    Gandhi Memorial Center - Headquarters of the Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Foundation, Inc. Provides resources for the study of the life and philosophy of the man, including a library, material for loan to exhibits, and a one year correspondence course. Located on the grounds of the Self-Revelation Church, Washington DC.

    Kindness, Inc. - We've all heard stories and read headlines about the plague of senseless violence. It seems to be an inevitable fact of life. Random Acts of Kindness - Share your stories with others - Help spread kindness.

    The Peace Center: Non-violent Conflict Resolution - Works for community peace and social justice. Provides a list of programs in the community, links to resources, and associated local organizations and events. Based in Langhorne, Pennsylvania.

    Season for Nonviolence - Creates an awareness of nonviolent principles and practice through education and community action. Includes an overview and history, calendar of events, links to other communities with chapters, and Peace Walk information, located in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

    Reclaim The Satyagraha! - Workshops discussing the power of nonviolence in direct action for social and environmental justice.

    School of the Americas Watch/ North East - Dedicated to closing the US Army's SOA at Fort Benning, Georgia through non violent activism. Tax dollars support this school training Latin American military personnel cited in human rights violations.

    Citizens for Peace - A grassroots community organization devoted to educating decision makers to identify, reduce, and prevent violence through art and entertainment. Provides volunteer and sponsor information and current projects. Based in San Francisco, California.

    The Karuna Center for Peacebuilding - Karuna Center for Peacebuilding offers training programs in conflict transformation, collaborative problem solving and nonviolent social change. Karuna Center workshops provide the container for community groups, some extremely polarized, to establish relationships, develop confidence, promote cooperation, and cultivate the conditions for the restoration of community and civil society.

    Peace Learning Center - A proactive force for transformation and positive change in the community through holistic peace education initiatives that enhance respect for self, others, and the environment.

    Greater Anderson Promotes Peace - GAPP affirms the dignity and value of all people. As a coalition of concerned citizens in Anderson Township, Cincinnati, OH, we are committed to the ongoing work of peacebuilding as essential for community life.

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