Celebrating 30 Years of Nonviolence International
Check out this video produced by our friends at Nonviolence International NY.
Karim Douglas Crow answers questions about his work and experience with nonviolent activism. He talks about how he got involved with Nonviolence International, tells a story about our founder, Mubarak Awad, and the best way to start implementing nonviolence into life. He tells about the lessons he’s learned about nonviolence, how to address the greatest challenges today, and what keeps him hopeful. Karim has worked with the NVI's Islam and Peace Project, and is the author of Challenges of Social Reconstruction in the Muslim World.
This video is part of a series celebrating our proud history and calling us to do even more in the years to come.