Tag Archives: nonviolence

Captain Abu Raed

Captain Abu Raed is a gem of a film for the nation of Jordan! The film is about what it means to truley be generous. Abu Raed, a janitor at the airport in Amman, is still mourning the death of … Continue reading

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Muhammad Ali’s Fighting Words

The following is in response to an article published in Quarterly Journal of Speech, volume 97, in 2011 entitled Muhammad Ali’s Fighting Words: The Paradox of Violence in Nonviolent Rhetoric—written by Ellen W. Gorsevski and Michael L. Butterworth, colleagues in the Department … Continue reading

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