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The religious roots and political power of nonviolence | Campaign Nonviolence

In his “I’ve Been to the Mountaintop” speech the night before he was murdered, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. said, “The choice we face is no longer violence or nonviolence; the choice we face is nonviolence or nonexistence.” The truth of this statement becomes more obvious every day. If we are to prosper and perhaps even survive on this planet, we must embrace nonviolence when we fight to defend and promote the things that are precious to us and in which we believe.

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