Related Resources—Other related resources The METTA Center for nonviolence education works to inspire and support the study and practice of Nonviolence. Resources and other educational activities are provieded to empower ourselves and others to enliven the legacy of Mahatma Gandhi. The Cesar E. Chavez Foundation is a non-profit organization which tries to maximize human potential to improve communities by preserving, promoting and applying the legacy and Universal Values of Civil Rights leader, Cesar Chavez. The Indian Dispute Resolution Services (IDRS) motto is, "Working things out by talking things through." Bay Area Center for Nonviolent Communications Force More Powerful video series includes study guides. These films in DVD format are also available for borrowing through the Office of Campus Community Relations, (530) 752-2071 is a project of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom. It aims to facilitate communication among women peace activists and the United Nations. Code Pink Women for Peace. Resource Center for Nonviolence in Santa Cruz, CA The King Center educates the world about Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr's philosophy and methods of nonviolence. Fresno, CA Center for Nonviolence. METTA Center for Nonviolence Education. Davis Peace Coalition. Sacramento Area Peace Action.