In 1971, Dorothy Day and Tom Cornell were interviewed on the Christopher Closeup Show. Dorothy was introduced as the cofounder of the Catholic Worker movement, author of several books, and widely travelled lecturer. Tom Cornell was the former editor of the Catholic Worker newsletter.
During the interview, Dorothy, comments that “There is a movement of nonviolence all over the world.”
In the following video, Robert Ellsberg gives a brief biography of Dorothy Day.
And here, in this video clip, we can listen to Dorothy Day talk about the meaning of the Catholic Worker.