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Of the nearly 2,200 Berrigan brother letters stored at Cornell University and DePaul University, fewer than a quarter were culled for these pages.
His clients included Judith Coplon, Daniel Ellsberg, the Berrigan brothers, Fidel Castro, the Chilean government under Allende, and the Socialist Workers Party.
Wittner also gives direct action groups their due, citing the work of the Berrigan brothers and Women's Strike for Peace, among others.
Fannie Lou Hamer, Ella Baker, the Berrigan brothers, Helen Woodson, Ernest and Marion Bromley, Dave Dellinger, Maurice McCracklin, A.
Before I wrote this book, I didn't know anything about the Berrigan brothers, for example, and their 20 years of jail for peace activism.
They celebrated people like Dorothy Day, Thomas Merton, the Berrigan brothers, liturgical reformers and others who moved the institution to better reflect the Second Vatican Council's definition of the church as "The People of God.
African-American Bishop Charles Harrison Mason (founder of the Church of God in Christ), fiercely persecuted by the government in World War I, the Pentecostal pacifist leaders, and others must take their honored places with the Berrigan brothers, Dorothy Day and companions, and the generation of pacifist pioneers during World War I.
8, 1980, while spearheading the faith-based opposition to the nuclear arms race, the Berrigan brothers and six others brazenly forced their way into a General Electric armaments factory in King of Prussia, Pa.
Remembering the importance of churches in mobilizing blacks in the 1950s and 1960s, and of religious figures such as the Berrigan brothers and other clerics in opposing U.