NEW BOOK ABOUT THE FOOD NOT BOMBS MOVEMENT
HUNGRY FOR PEACE - How you can help end poverty and war with Food Not Bombs

"I wanted to write and express my sincere thanks for sending me the new Food Not Bombs book. It's beautifully written and was a great inspiration to me. There aren't many books that made me cry and be encouraged at the same time. Ironically, as I was reading I was also watching the police tear down the kitchen at Occupy Denver." - Hillary

Food Not Bombs has proven to be an effective project for social change and has introduced several generations to the power of nonviolent direct action. Keith McHenry's first book helped inspire the formation of hundreds of Food Not Bombs chapters around the world. It sold 10,000 copies in English and thousands more in Spanish, Italian, French and Russian. His new book, "Hungry For Peace," will encourage another generation to take action collecting, cooking and sharing vegan meals and groceries in protest of a political and economic system that causes massive suffering.

"Hungry For Peace" makes a passionate case that we should take action to end hunger, poverty and war, and provides shocking evidence that our future is in peril if we sit by and do nothing. This book will motivate you to take action and provides hope that you can make a difference. This 180-page Food Not Bombs handbook includes 120 photos and illustrations, vegan recipes to provide meals for groups of 100 (and families of six people) with metric and U.S. measurements, as well as a 30-year history of the movement, including time line of major events in the history of the Food Not Bombs movement.

The author also shares his thirty years of experience on topics such as how to start a local Food Not Bombs group, how to organize meetings, tours, gatherings, and successful campaigns for change using the principles of nonviolent direct action and direct democracy. This 8-1/2 X 11-inch book also provides copies of flyers you can reprint, information on the consensus process (and how to use it efficiently), and many other useful details to help you change society. This book will help you and your friends do your part to participate in the nonviolent global uprising.

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HUNGRY FOR PEACE - How you can help end poverty and war with Food Not Bombs
http://www.foodnotbombs.net/hungry_for_peace_promotional.html

TITLE: Hungry for Peace
SUBTITLE: How you can help end poverty and war with Food Not Bombs
AUTHOR: Keith McHenry
ISBN 978-1-937276-06-5
PUBLISHER: See Sharp Press
DISTRIBUTOR: Independent Publishers Group
PUBLICATION DATE: April 1, 2012
PAGES:180 8.5"X11"
COVER PRICE: $18.95
CONTACT: Chaz Bufe / 520-628-8720 / chaz@seesharppress.com

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