Monthly Archives: September 2011

What if mourning on 9/11 included empathy with wars’ victims?

When will Americans regain our collective capacity for empathy? How many Americans honoring the dead of 9/11/2001 do not see the families of the millions of dead in Iraq, Afghanistan and now Libya? 9/11 does not exist as an attack … Continue reading

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Women Demilitarize the Masculinity of War in Libya

Finally, Libyan women and their families take over and DEMILITARIZE Martyrs Square – the rebels guns and gunfire gone… if only from the Square. Women celebrate in Tripoli’s Martyrs’ square

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