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Civil rights leader James Lawson, who learned from Gandhi, used nonviolent resistance and the ‘power of love’ to challenge injustice

By Anthony Siracusa, Assistant Professor of History and Community Engagement, St. John Fisher University
Lawson learned in India how to resist racism and subsequently trained his students on the systematic use of nonviolence to fight injustice.The Conversation

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