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George Lakey is the director of Training for Change. He has led 1,500 workshops and activist projects on the local, national and international levels. He has written several articles and books on strategizing for activism, including "Grassroots and Nonprofit Leadership: A Guide for Organizations in Changing Times." Currently, Lakey is a Lang Research Fellow and Visiting Professor at Swarthmore College.

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How To Start A Direct Action Group To Make King Proud This article contrast the MLK Days of Service with Dr. King's life as a nonviolent direct action leader and activist who fought for social justice for all through nonviolent direct action methods of Mahatma Gandhi.
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The Power of Training for Direct Action Direct action to achieve political change is sometimes the only effective choice.