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Season for Nonviolence 2013: March 5

  March 5 King and Coretta on their last night in India Then (India, 1959) As Gandhi’s descendants tell the story, at the Gandhi museum in Mumbai, Martin Luther King spent hours meditating in the Spartan room where Gandhi used to sleep. When the museum…

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Season for Nonviolence 2013: March 4

  March 04 Gandhi and his wife Kasturbai in India in 1902 Then (Calcutta, India 1901-1902) After the Indian National Congress in Calcutta, Gandhi went on a tour of India, “traveling in third class compartment of the train in order to study for himself the…

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04 Mar 2013 Posted by aura in News archive no comments

Season for Nonviolence 2013: February 28

  February 28 The Indian National Congress met yearly, starting in 1885; Gandhi attended for the first time in 1901 Then (Natal, South Africa and Calcutta, India 1901) Believing that Indians in South Africa had lost the battle to end racial discrimination, Gandhi moved back…

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Season for Nonviolence 2013: February 27

  February 27 King laid a wreath on the site of Gandhi’s cremation Then (India, 1959) After recuperating from his stab wound, King decided to visit India to study up close the life of his intellectual mentor, Mahatma Gandhi. King, his wife, Coretta Scott King,…

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Season for Nonviolence 2013: February 25

  February 25 Gandhi (middle row) raised and served in a volunteer Ambulance Corps in the Boer Wars Then (South Africa 1899) From 1896-1899, Gandhi continued his anti-discrimination activities in South Africa until the second Boer War broke out. Convinced that Indians must support the…

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25 Feb 2013 Posted by aura in News archive no comments