Butigan, Ken

Ken Butigan, PhD teaches in the field of peace, justice and conflict studies at Loyola University Chicago and DePaul University, and is on the staff of Pace e Bene Nonviolence Service.  For thirty years he has been an organizer in a series of social movements, from those addressing homelessness, the nuclear threat, freedom for East Timor, and US war in Iraq and Afghanistan.  He is the author of Pilgrimage Through a Burning World: Spiritual Practice and Nonviolent Protest at the Nevada Test Site (State University of New Work Press).


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