Nonviolence Film “How to Start a Revolution” showing March 27

Come see the nonviolence pioneer, Gene Sharp’s film,  “How to Start a Revolution”. The film, presented by Oregon Peace Works and the Salem Progressive Film Series, explains how Sharp’s work has been used by activists all over the world to peacefully effect huge social and political changes. It is now well documented that nonviolence is twice as effective and twice as long-lasting as violence as a tool for change. See how and why.
There is no charge, but donations will be accepted.  March 27 at 7 pm Salem Library in the Anderson Room. Address is 585 Liberty St SE.