The life of Richard Gregg:
A 20th century American pacifist and social philosopher. One of the first Americans to study with Mohandas Gandhi in India, he later wrote The Power of Non-Violence, the essential guide to peaceful protest that informed the methods of Martin Luther King, Jr. in the American civil rights movement and inspired many other activists. Gregg’s holistic vision of a peaceful and compassionate world combines nonviolence, environmental sustainability, and simple living.
Presented online by John Wooding, Emeritus Professor of Political Science at the University of Massachusetts Lowell