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Peaceful Societies

Alternatives to Violence and War

News and Reviews

Author: Bruce Bonta (page 5 of 10)

December 13, 2012. India’s Rush to Build Power Dams
December 6, 2012. Songs and Poetry Celebrate Old Nubia
December 6, 2012. The Hutterites and Bradley Manning
November 29, 2012. M23 Rebels Capture Goma
November 29, 2012. New Threat to the San
November 22, 2012. Agitation Continues Against Lodge in Tanzania
November 22, 2012. Nonresistant Amish Leave Western Pennsylvania
November 15, 2012. Zapotec Protest Wind Farms
November 15, 2012. Traditional Nubian Weddings
November 8, 2012. Peaceful Societies in India Champion Women’s Rights
November 8, 2012. Inuit Sculptures on Display at the Smithsonian
November 1, 2012. The Repetto Family Builds Peace
November 1, 2012. Super Confident Ladakhi Women
October 25, 2012. Cutting Off the Heads of Semai Kids
October 25, 2012. Tragedy in Tsumkwe
October 18, 2012. Peace March Ends; Paliyans Head Home
October 18, 2012. Chewong Economic and Social Changes [anthology chapter review]
October 11, 2012. Competitive Football on Tristan
October 11, 2012. Gandhi, Nonresistance, and the Paliyans
October 4, 2012. Kadar Help Protect Tigers
October 4, 2012. Young Buid Abandon a Cultural Symbol
September 27, 2012. Lepcha Memories of the Earthquake
September 27, 2012. Guilty Verdict in Amish Beard Cutting Attacks
September 20, 2012. Ju/’hoansi in the News
September 20, 2012. New Guerilla Strategy in Rural India
August 23, 2012. Egyptian Islamists Intolerant of Nubian Activist
August 23, 2012. News and Reviews Feature on Vacation
August 16, 2012. Honeybees and the Paliyan
August 16, 2012. Final Chapter in the Hutterite TV Series
August 9, 2012. Funeral for an Important San Leader
August 9, 2012. Implications of Amish Population Growth
August 2, 2012. Kerala Government Takes Interest in the Kadar
August 2, 2012. More Agitation at Lake Tanganyika Resorts
July 26, 2012. New Rounds of Fighting May Target the Mbuti
July 26, 2012. Chewong Peacefulness Despite Social Changes [anthology chapter review]
July 19, 2012. A Statue for Benito Juárez
July 19, 2012. Nunavut Day in Iqaluit
July 12, 2012. Nubian Progress Inspired by Young Demonstrators
July 12, 2012. Birhor Boys Go to School
July 5, 2012. A Tragedy in Tanzania Near an American Hotel
July 5, 2012. Amish Outhouses in Kansas
June 28, 2012. New Film Describes Malapandaram Forest Life
June 28, 2012. Is Buddhist/Muslim Harmony Growing in Ladakh?
June 21, 2012. Nubian Land Rights—or Wildlife Needs
June 21, 2012. A Sad Day for National Geographic
June 14, 2012. Mbuti Cite the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
June 14, 2012. Illegal Settlers in Ju/’hoansi Territory
June 7, 2012. Tristan da Cunha Celebrates the Diamond Jubilee
June 7, 2012. Hutterites on the National Geographic Channel
May 31, 2012. Piaroa Agroforestry
May 31, 2012. Inuit Preschool for Language Training
May 24, 2012. Follow-up on the Semai Tragedy
May 24, 2012. Paliyans Cherish Traditions But Adapt to Modernity
May 17, 2012. A Peaceful Future for the Kargil District of Ladakh
May 17, 2012. Botswana Again Persecutes the San
May 10, 2012. Daily Life on Tristan da Cunha [book review]
May 10, 2012. Amish Principles of Nonviolence Challenged
May 3, 2012. New Facility Planned for the Malapandaram
May 3, 2012. Hutterites Contest an Insurance Requirement
April 26, 2012. Visitors to Ifaluk
April 26, 2012. Leader of Mangyan Peoples Wins a Goldman Prize
April 19, 2012. Conclusion to Birhor Tragedy of 2008
April 19, 2012. Compromise Finally Reached with Kentucky Amish
April 12, 2012. Violence in a Zapotec Town
April 12, 2012. Bhutia Man Killed in Oakland Mass Shooting
April 5, 2012. Reclaiming Land for the Yanadi
April 5, 2012. Lecture about Hutterites at E-town College
March 29, 2012. The Kadar and their Forests
March 29, 2012. Canadian Indian Residential School System
March 22, 2012. Traditions and Changes
March 22, 2012. G/wi React to Desert Life
March 15, 2012. New Organization Seeks to Help Mbuti
March 15, 2012. Torture of Peaceful Hutterites by American Soldiers
March 8, 2012. Lepcha Devoted to Children
March 8, 2012. Kidnapped Albino Child Found
March 1, 2012. Progress for the Nubian Cause
March 1, 2012. Tourism in Ladakh: How Much is Enough?
February 23, 2012. Educational Progress in Nunavut
February 23, 2012. Kentucky Legislature Crafts Compromise with Amish
February 16, 2012. Ladakh Disaster 18 Months Later
February 16, 2012. Birhor Crafts at a Trade Show
February 9, 2012. Economic Stability for the Ju/’hoansi
February 9, 2012. Resolving a Conflict in East Africa
February 2, 2012. New Paliyan Blog Post
February 2, 2012. Good Chewong Video, Great Ifaluk Video
January 26, 2012. Nubians Chafe under Egyptian Military Rule
January 26, 2012. Amish Supporters Look for Creative Compromises
January 19, 2012. Difficulties of an Isolated Doctor
January 19, 2012. New Photos of the Batek
January 12, 2012. Wisdom of the Sacred Mountain
January 12, 2012. Inuit Filmmaking Struggles
January 5, 2012. Zapotec Festival in Central California
January 5, 2012. Birhor Leaves for Dinner Plates
December 29, 2011. New Hutterite Colony Stirs Opposition
December 29, 2011. Constructive Spirit in an Arkansas Amish Community
December 22, 2011. Police Intimidation of Nubians
December 22, 2011. Nonkilling/Peaceful Anthropology
December 15, 2011. Summary of Evidence for Peaceful Societies [Panel Presentations, part 3]
December 15, 2011. Birhor Contraceptives and Cell Phones
December 8, 2011. Peaceful Societies Exemplify Ecocentric Living [Panel presentations, part 2]
December 8, 2011. Kadar Involved in Hornbill Research
December 1, 2011. Inuit Artists in Cape Dorset
December 1, 2011. Center for Global Nonkilling [Panel Presentations, part 1]
November 24, 2011. Malapandaram Colonies in the News
November 24, 2011. Center for Global Nonkilling [book review]
November 10, 2011. Earthquakes Destroy the Dzongu, but Lepchas Abandon Mun
November 10, 2011. Birhor Society Still Imperiled
November 3, 2011. Semai Incensed by Firearms
November 3, 2011. Amish Buggies and Beards
October 27, 2011. National Geographic Project at a Hutterite Colony
October 27, 2011. Fipa Vitality
October 20, 2011. A Fair Settlement for Jammu and Kashmir?
October 20, 2011. Strengthening the Uses of Inuit Languages
October 13, 2011. Fiftieth Anniversary of the Evacuation of Tristan
October 13, 2011. Amish Attack Amish in Central Ohio
October 6, 2011. Possible Causes of Earthquake Destruction in Sikkim
October 6, 2011. Kadar Included in New Mapping Project
September 29, 2011. Nubians Hopeful
September 29, 2011. Earthquake Destruction in Lepcha Communities
September 22, 2011. Mbuti in a Squalid Refugee Camp
September 22, 2011. Amish Men Begin Serving Jail Sentences
September 15, 2011. Violence among the Nubians
September 15, 2011. Joy in a San Community
September 8, 2011. Piaroa Frustrations with Government
September 8, 2011. New Inuit Students in Montreal
September 1, 2011. Condolences after a Mass Murder
September 1, 2011. Forgiveness after a Mass Murder
August 25, 2011. Witchcraft Killings in Tanzania
August 25, 2011. Amish Bed and Breakfast Operations
August 18, 2011. Semai Homes Buried by Mudslide
August 18, 2011. Forest River Hutterite Colony in the News
August 11, 2011. Yanadi Colony Troubles Former Film Star
August 11, 2011. Discrimination Against the Mangyans
August 4, 2011. Amla Fruit in India
August 4, 2011. Photos of Batek Life
July 28, 2011. Tristan Fishery Earns Certification
July 28, 2011. Indian Army Displays its Might in Ladakh
July 21, 2011. Environment Minister in India Removed
July 21, 2011. Birhor Youth Will Attend College
July 14, 2011. Zapotec Woman Saluted
July 14, 2011. Amish Attacked in New York and Welcomed in Maine
July 7, 2011. Ju/’hoansi Need Qualified Teachers
July 7, 2011. Inuit Need Qualified Teachers
June 30, 2011. Paliyan Protect Endangered Squirrels
June 30, 2011. G/wi Will Soon Get Water
June 23, 2011. Mbuti Refugee Stories
June 23, 2011. Conflict Over the Chalakudy Dam Nearly Ended
June 16, 2011. Symphony Orchestra at a Piaroa Village
June 16, 2011. Family Murdered, Father Commits Suicide in Nunavut
June 9, 2011. Birhor Supported, but Exploited
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