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Season for Nonviolence 2012: March 13

  January 30 – April 4 March 13 King’s wife and daughter were homewhen their house was bombed   Deed King was addressing a Monday night mass meeting of about a thousand bus boycotters when a friend approached and whispered the news: his house had been…

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Season for Nonviolence 2012: March 12

  January 30 – April 4 March 12 Gandhi found happiness in prison   Deed One week after returning to India from London, Gandhi was arrested. It was January 1932 and the British Raj had declared emergency powers allowing police to imprison, without a trial, anyone…

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Season for Nonviolence 2012: March 9

  January 30 – April 4 March 9 Gandhi often napped during the Round Table Conference   Deed Rarely one to get a full night’s sleep, Gandhi slept even less during the Round Table Conference in London. His secretary’s diary entries for the trip show that…

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Season for Nonviolence 2012: March 8

  January 30 – April 4 March 8 King was arrested many times,often on trumped up charges   Deed Within days of being elected president of the Montgomery Improvement Association, King began getting death threats, sometimes as many as 40 a day. Five weeks into the…

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Season for Nonviolence 2012: March 7

  January 30 – April 4 March 7 King in 1955 addressing the MIA, a group he was  reluctant to lead. Rosa Parks is in the front row.   Deed Martin Luther King was still fairly new to Montgomery when Rosa Parks was arrested for refusing…

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Season for Nonviolence 2012: March 6

  January 30 – April 4 March 6 Charlie Chaplin with Gandhiand other Indians in 1931   Deed In London for the Round Table Conference on Indian constitutional reforms, Gandhi “enjoyed himself everywhere.” He met with Prime Minister David Lloyd George, the Archbishop of Canterbury, George…

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