"Power, Love and Nonviolence" with Kazu Haga
There is a lot of opportunity for healing in our country these days, It’s hard to see how we can effectively make change in our lives, our countries and the world. If you’re struggling to understand how we can heal our world, this episode may be the perfect medicine for you.
Kazu Haga is a teacher of Kingian Nonviolence, and in this episode he offers up the wisdom of the great leader of non-violence, Dr. Martin Luther King. The wisdom here is as important today as it was back in MLK's time, and this episode gives us a real taste of what it would like.
We talk about restorative justice, the ingredients of accountability and reconciliation. This conversation doesn't just say that we need to work together, it shows us how to do it.
The podcast called The Thread has dedicated their 3rd season to “The History of Non-violence.” It is a six episode series that follows the history of non-violence back Martin Luther King, back to Bayard Rustin, Mohandas Gandhi, Leo Tolstoy, William Lloyd Garrison and all the individuals that contributed to keeping this powerful tool alive.
Click Here to learn more about East Point Peace Academy upcoming trainings and the Kingian Nonviolence philosophy.
For a deeper dive into the 6 Principles of Kingian Nonviolence click here.
Want to learn more about how to achieve results through Kingian Nonviolence? Kazu shares more on Youtube here.
Here is the Thrive Choir singing the original song by Kyle Lemle and Jesse Sachs, “King’s Justice.” All the lyrics of this song are quotes from Dr. Martin Luther King.