Tag Archive: war

The Weight of It All

  WE are Responsible for Millions of Casualties By S. Brian Willson (February 1, 2016)

The World Was Born Yearning to be a Home

  By Harsha Walia  (September 3, 2015) Until two years ago, i would never understand why it took the death of children to call up our sense of humanity. But now as a new mother, I get it. I totally get it. There is something inexplicable, undoubtedly selfish, about seeing lifeless bodies of young children and being so grateful to…
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Prayer for a Justice that Abolishes this Racist Society

By Chris Crass “It will be investigated as a hate crime” committed at nearly every level of U.S. society. This is a mass murder that screams throughout the history of this racist country. A mass murder of Black people at a historic Black church rooted in Black liberation struggle. 

To Those Who Blame Schools for Poverty

  By Mark Naison To Those Who Blame Schools For Poverty I watched the flower of Bronx youth be shipped off to Vietnam, some returned, some didn’t, and some who returned were never the same

When I See What’s Going on in Palestine

By Nadia Maiwandi When I see what’s going on in Palestine, I can’t help but make the connection to Afghanistan, a country that has lived through hell for over 35 years. When I was there in 2003 and 2006, I saw hundreds who lived with devastating injuries and poverty on levels unimaginable.