The Force of Nonviolence
University of California, Berkeley professor Judith Butler talked about nonviolence and its power to affect political and social change. This virtual event was hosted by the Bay Area Book Festival.
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Stephen Best Professor University of California, Berkeley->English Department
Judith Butler Professor University of California, Berkeley->Comparative Literature and Critical Theory
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