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  • {{epname|American Civil Rights Movement (1955-1968)}} ...joined together to challenge the immoral system of racial segregation. The movement sought to address and rectify the generations-old injustices of racism by e
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  • [[Image:May fourth 1919.jpg|thumb|right|300px|Protestors at the May Fourth Movement]] ...e Chinese embassy in Paris, led by [[Wellington Koo]], refused to sign the peace treaty.
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  • ... Andolan'' or the ''August Movement'') was a '''[[civil disobedience]]''' movement in [[India]] launched in August 1942, in response to [[Mahatma Gandhi]]'s c ...ence gained by the Indian people through activities such as the Quit India movement laid the foundation for the strongest enduring tradition of democracy and f
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  • ...t for their non-violent peace initiative. Most of the women who joined the movement were mothers and home-makers. ...rism/mar98/mairead.html Mairead Corrigan Inspires Struggle, Hope for Irish Peace.] Retrieved June 13, 2007.</ref>
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  • ...e [[Messiah]] but continued to live as Jews. The second refers to a Jewish movement within contemporary Christianity. Jewish Christians predominated in the movement of early Christianity. They bore the brunt of persecution from their fellow
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  • ... 1926 - ) is a Vietnamese [[Zen]] [[Buddhist]] [[monk]], author, poet, and peace activist who is said to be the second "best known Buddhist teacher" in the ...hwp.com/archives/45a/025.html "Nomination of Thich Nhat Hanh for the Nobel Peace Prize" letter by Martin Luther King, Jr., 1967.] Retrieved June 25, 2008.</
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  • ...which provides [[humanitarian relief]] and works for [[social justice]], [[peace]] and reconciliation, [[human rights]], and abolition of the [[death penalt ...rize]] along with the British Friends Service Council, now called [[Quaker Peace and Social Witness]], on behalf of all Quakers worldwide.<ref>"American Fri
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  • ...der, despite personal struggles which made him a [[symbol]] for humanity's search for meaning in the modern world. ...erton wrote, "and we are not at peace with ourselves because we are not at peace with God."
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  • ...] almost entirely. [[Anwar Sadat]] was able to change tactics, and sue for peace with Israel with dignity. ...h the Israeli government secretly decided to return the land in return for peace, this was never communicated to Egypt and Syria and the decision was later
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  • In 1954, the Soviet Union suggested that it should join NATO to preserve peace in Europe.<ref>Geoffrey Roberts, [https://www.wilsoncenter.org/publication/ ...ast German incursion into West Germany, the option of coming to a separate peace with the Eastern bloc instead of being drawn into a NATO-Warsaw Pact global
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  • ...lice suspected support for the [[Korean independence movement|independence movement]] among Koreans. Soviet suspicion towards Korean nationalism, along with fe ...ikida. ''Toward Peace: War Responsibility, Postwar Compensation, and Peace Movements and Education in Japan.'' (Center for US-Japan Comparative Social Studies,
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  • ...satisfied me at the time. On the other hand, I hated the growing atheistic movement, which was fostered and promoted by the Social Democrats and the Communists :and by that time no one was left to speak up.<ref>Clinton Bennett, ''In Search of Jesus'' (London & NY: Continuum, 2001, ISBN 9780826449153), 256. There a
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  • ...many ordinarily gentle people turn hateful and [[homicide|homicidal]]. The search to understand the cause of suicide and bellicosity underlies much of Fromm' ...ractice and joined the [[Frankfurt School|Frankfurt Institute for Social Research]].
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  • ...the 1960s, he found the focus of his life's work in the peace and anti-war movements, to which he committed himself until his death in December 2002. ...founded to minister to freed slaves. He was active in the [[civil rights]] movement and lectured extensively on race relations and [[poverty]]. He marched for
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  • ... occurred in cities throughout China, including [[Shanghai]], which stayed peaceful throughout the protests. ...hinese student associations and [[International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement|Chinese Red Cross]]).
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  • ...ton on August 28, 1963. King became the youngest person to win the [[Nobel Peace Prize]] in 1964. ...don B. Johnson|Lyndon Johnson]]. King was all things to the American Negro movement&mdash;advocate, orator, field general, historian, fund raiser, and symbol.
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  • ...eration for World Peace and Unification, August 1, 1996, and the Universal Peace Federation in 2005, in New York City. He is also well-known for holding, si ... of organizations to advance international understanding and build lasting peace in the world. A long-time opponent of totalitarian [[communism]], Moon deve
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  • After the collapse of the Tibetan resistance movement in 1959, Tenzin Gyatso fled to [[India]], where he was active in establishi ...adition, not only on Tibetan Buddhism. In 1989, he was awarded the [[Nobel Peace Prize]].<ref>Mary Craig. ''Kundun: A Biography of the Family of the Dalai L
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  • ...) that became the acknowledged anthem of the 1960s [[American Civil Rights Movement]]. ...ve "uncle." Charles also taught part-time at the [[New School for Social Research]]. Career and money tensions led to quarrels and reconciliations, but when
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  • ...remains a contentious issue and its resolution is needed to ensure stable, peaceful relationships among East Asian nations and for the world as a whole. ...ia and the Pacific and Indian Oceans.<ref>Jared M. Diamond, [https://www.researchgate.net/publication/260881469_Linguistics_Taiwan's_gift_to_the_world Taiwan
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