International Peace Month

Books for moving towards personal, interpersonal and collective peace.

August is International Peace Month.

Founded on August 16, 1926 when delegates at the Fifth International Democratic Peace Conference gathered on France's former battlefields, the goal of the first Peace Month was to study international peace work to better understand the mistakes made during the war. As a believer that peace begins with ourselves and develops through our relationships with each other, I've gathered together some titles that focus on moving toward peace personally, interpersonally and collectively.   

To learn more about these books, click the links below. Happy reading!

Nonviolent Communication     Collaborating with the Enemy     Empowered Boundaries     Emergent Strategy

The Gift of Anger     To Shape a New World     Ubuntu     Spirit Clans

Nonviolent communication : a language of life/ Marshall B. Rosenberg, PhD

Collaborating with the enemy : how to work with people you don't agree with or like or trust / Adam Kahane ; drawings by Jeff Barnum

Empowered boundaries : speaking truth, setting boundaries, and inspiring social change / Cristien Storm

Emergent strategy : shaping change, changing worlds / by Adrienne Maree Brown

The gift of anger : and other lessons from my grandfather, Mahatma Gandhi / Arun Gandhi

To shape a new world : essays on the political philosophy of Martin Luther King, Jr. / edited by Tommie Shelby and Brandon M. Terry

The lessons of Ubuntu : how an African philosophy can inspire racial healing in America / Mark Mathabane

Spirit clans : native wisdom for personal power and guidance / David Carson

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