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resources to download
This page offers resources you can download for personal use or to reproduce for distribution. Print some to take to meetings, conferences, reallies, etc., or to put in literature racks. These resources are mostly in the Portable Document Format (PDF) which can be read with the free Adobe Reader. They are generally designed to be printed on standard (American sizes) letter size paper (8.5 x 11 inches). We will update this list from time to time, and hope to offer more resources in the future. Contact us if you want to add your organization name or a local contact, or otherwise produce a different version of any of this literature.
Our basic trifold brochure giving essential information about Consistent Life, lists of selected member groups and individual endorsers, and a return coupon.
Connections on Issues of Violence: Can We Create a Nonviolent Future?
This is a PowerPoint presentation on the connections among our issues, with suggestions for connected solutions and discussion questions. This is a good introduction to the consistent life ethic. We have it available in three different formats:
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video resources on YouTube
Consistent Life has a YouTube channel. We have the following regular videos on it, in addition to video formats for slide shows (see above for those), all of which you are free to download and use for noncommercial use:
Integrating the Culture of Peace and the Culture of Life
This is a presentation (41:04 minutes) by Dr. Rachel MacNair, Director of the Institute for Integrated Social Analysis, Consistent Life's research arm. It is Part 1 of a 2-part peace psychology presentation. It is about her research into Perpetration-Induced Traumatic Stress, the trauma felt by those who kill others, such as combat veterans, executioners, and abortion staff.
Killing as Trauma
This is a presentation (32:23 minutes) by Dr. Rachel MacNair, Director of the Institute for Integrated Social Analysis, Consistent Life's research arm.search.html" target="_blank">Institute for Integrated Social Analysis, Consistent Life's research arm. It is Part 2 of a 2-part peace psychology presentation. It details sound psychological principles behind how nonviolence works.