Peace for All
Mahatma Gandhi first started his movement of non-violence in India during the late 1800's - early 1900's. He became active in the struggle to end the humiliations and indignities that people were facing in South Africa when he traveled to there to represent an Indian trader in Natal in a civil suit against an Indian trading firm. Within days of being in South Africa he was pushed out of a train and assaulted for walking on a footpath. It was those experiences that made him decide to never accept or to be resigned to injustice and racism, but to resist.
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