A Force More Powerful: A Century of Nonviolent Conflict
A Force More Powerful explores how popular movements have battled regimes and military forces with nonviolent actions. Among other historic examples, Gandhi employs civil disobedience to loosen Britain’s hold on India; Danish citizens use “resistance disguised as collaboration” to rescue Jews in Denmark during Nazi occupation; and Chilean workers use nonviolence to protest Augusto Pinochet. (2000, dir. Steve York, 168 min.)
This program is part of People Power, a film series that explores successful grassroots political movements around the world.
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