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5 Books on the Power of Protest: From Pussy Riot to the Arab Spring

The work of resistance is never a fixed, quantifiable event. Its impact ripples onward without end, as these books illustrate.


Leo Tolstoy’s Poignant Letter to Gandhi on the Laws of Love

Leo Tolstoy's correspondence with Gandhi late in the Russian writer's life crystallize Tolstoy's lifelong search for meaning and resultant wish for peace.


Fail Better: Lessons from Gandhi Before India

In 'Gandhi Before India,' just published in the United States as the first installment of a two-part biography, historian Ramachandra Guha highlights the non-violent leader's early failures as fundamental to his later accomplishments.


Essential Reading to Celebrate Mahatma Gandhi’s Birthday

Today is Mahatma Gandhi's 149th birthday, celebrated as the International Day of Non-Violence. To honor his memory, we're reading these books on his life..


Quiet: The Story Behind an Introvert’s Powerful TED Talk

With the annual TED conference kicking off next week in Long Beach, California, 1,500 attendees will travel from all over the globe to experience the live version of the worldwide phenomenon. Susan Cain, author of the 2012 instant New York Times bestseller “Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking” was among the “undiscovered” speakers at last year’s conference.


In the Wake of Hate, Love: 4 Books for Budding Peacemakers

In the wake of the recent mass shooting at Sandy Hook elementary school, it’s clear that we need to start a constant and constructive conversation with our children about nonviolence. Here are four biographies that provide the historic context, inspiring stories, and relatable anecdotes that might help get such a conversation with the budding peacemakers in your life off the ground