"Social change takes place, and is more effective, when people work together in an organized way. People choose the methods that make the most sense to them and seem most likely to achieve their goals. Here are seven basic principles to follow in building a movement for social change: Nonviolence
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Identify the issue
Get background information on the issue
Assess results, and
Modify strategy and act again."
Photo: A silkworm community industry in Japan