Mary Elizabeth King
Mary Elizabeth King, who worked alongside Martin Luther King, Jr. (no relation) in the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, is now professor of peace and conflict studies at the UN-affiliated University for Peace and a Rothermere American Institute Fellow at the University of Oxford.
Al Jazeera Coverage Strengthens Wave of Iraqi Protest
This piece was originally published at Waging Nonviolence. Demonstrations occurring along the western highway near the city of Fallujah on December 28 were named the “Friday of Honor,” and similar scenes were... MORE
Uprising · January 2, 2013
How to Learn Nonviolent Resistance as King Did
This article originally appeared at Waging Nonviolence. How does one learn nonviolent resistance? The same way that Martin Luther King Jr. did—by study, reading and interrogating seasoned tutors. King would eventually... MORE
The ITT List · January 16, 2012