Rivera Sun

Rivera Sun is the author of The Dandelion Insurrection and other books, and the cofounder of the Love-In-Action Network.

The Winter Without Snow – A Wake-Up Call

Who Needs Nonviolence? Everyone.

Exxon Got Rich, We Got Played

We Have a Violence Problem – Campaign Nonviolence Strives to Solve It

Sleepwalking into Climate Nightmares

Four Good Reasons Not to Go to War Over Ukraine

Seasonal insomniacs in Times of Climate Chaos

A Gift for the Future

Ditch the Draft, Once and For All

Maine Farm Girl & Kansas Grain Farmer Talk Climate on The Train

A Blizzard. A Power Outage. A Failure of the Heart.

Four Reasons to Ditch the Draft

Take Heart! Humans are Amazing

10 Ways to Make the Change You Want

Beyond Changing Light Bulbs: 21 Ways You Can Stop the Climate Crisis

It’s Time. End the Draft, Once and For All

Sparking Change: How Movements Pass on Inspiration

Tapping into People Power

Creative + Strategic = Effective Movements for Change

The Bottom Line: Go for the Money

The End of the NRA? Business Magazines Tell Activists: The Strategy is Working

The Time Is Up. The Time Is Now.

After the Vote: An Essay of the Man from the North

Stop Crony Capitalism: Protect the Net!

Shifting Systems with Nonviolent Strategy

Think Outside the Protest Box

Bring on Solutionary Rail!

Net Neutrality: Gandhi’s Salt For US

Radical Love

Blind Slogans and Shallow Greatness

Nonviolent Resistance to Trump: Creative, Powerful . . . and Growing

Meet the Millennial Vote

Health, Safety, Toxicity . . . and Elections

Thrown Under the Automated Bus

The Sane Candidate: Which Representatives Will End the Endless Wars?

Accountability: An Abandoned American Value

Active Peace: Restoring Relationships While Making Change

Dignity and Respect During an Election Year

We Can’t Bomb Our Way to Better Schools

Who Will Speak for the Voiceless?

Nonviolent History: South Africa’s Port Elizabeth Boycott

Campaign Nonviolence: A Growing Movement for A Culture of Nonviolence

The Nonviolent History of American Independence

Helen Keller: Socialist, Pacifist, Women’s & Workers’ Rights Advocate

Celebrating Grace Lee Boggs

Women’s Draft? Sign Me Up To Abolish War

Dorothy Day Refuses To Duck-And-Cover

White Rose Begins Leaflet Campaigns June 1942

Blue Revolution – Kuwaiti Women Gain Suffrage

Remembering Nonviolent History: Freedom Rides