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  • 4 Plus 4 Coordinators' Manual: How to Do Two Four-Day Training Programs in Social Change Skills

    61 pages


    Manual for coordinators of the 4 plus 4 training program for nonviolent action.


  • Radioactivist Handbook

    17 pages


    In 1979, power, waste, and weapons all come into focus in Barnwell, South Carolina. In Barnwell, the Government/Industrial Coalition has placed Chem-Nuclear Systems, Savannah River Plant, and Allied-General Nuclear services, whose nuclear weapons and power plagued the area with radioactive material. The following document looks at the use of nonviolent activism against the nuclear reprocessor in Barnwell. The purpose of the handbook is to train one in the ways of census, nonviolence, and direction against the nuclear repressor in Barnwell. The document also provides an overall background for nonviolent activism.


  • Toolbox: Skills-Sharing and Training

    11 pages


    Outline of a 6 month training program in nonviolent resistance.

    Lesson Plan and Outline

  • Information and Suggestions to Marshals for Take Back the Night! March and Rally

    1 pages


    Instructions for marshals of the Take Back the Night! March and Rally in Philadelphia, September 29, 1979.


  • Directory of Trainers

    55 pages


    Directory of trainers issued by the North American Nonviolence Training Network (NANTRAN). The directory contains the alphabetical contact information for trainers and nonviolence organizations. The long-term goal of this directory is to develop a broad network of empowered people. Other goals include: maintaining a list of active trainers ; being a resource for building a decentralized training movement ; listing people who can be resources for national actions; listing people with special skills; and being a resource for reaching groups engaged in social change with a different focus from our own.