When is the use of physical violence justified to effect political or social change?

Transform Your Life: A Unification View

07-08-2020 • 47 mins

In this episode we’ll be exploring the question: When is the use of physical violence ever justified in the struggle to effect political or social change?

Here's a breakdown of how the show unfolds:

- Key questions to consider when discussing the pros or cons of using physical violence to bring about social or political change.

- Historical context of Nelson Mandela's struggle for black South Africans to be freed from the government system of institutionalize racial segregation.

- Mandela's complex relationship with the use of physical violence during his struggle to free his people from racial, economic, and political segregation.

- Martin Luther King's use of non-violence in his struggle for racial equality, human dignity, and freedom for blacks in America during the Civil Rights era.

- Black Lives Matter use of physical violence to bring about what they are seeking after.

- The need for spiritual leaders and mentors to help guide young people who are angry, upset, wayward, and resentful.


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