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NOTES ON THE MAKING OF WAR CRIMES IN TODAY’S WORLD By Kathleen Barry Does this sound familiar? Middle East country to develop weapons to terrorize the world Rumors of various assassination plots and other rogue actions by that country Unable … Continue reading
Mother’s Day was originally started after the Civil War, as a protest to the carnage of that war, by women who had lost their sons. The following is the original Mother’s Day Proclamation written by Julia Ward Howe in Boston, … Continue reading
This open letter from Afghan youth brings us into the experience of living under American occupation and war http://vcnv.org/open-letter-from-afghan-youth-to-our-world-leaders Just reading it engages our empathy and should re-ignite our struggle against the US wars.
Announcing the ebook editions of UNMAKING WAR, REMAKING MEN: How Empathy Can Reshape Our Politics, Our Soldiers and Ourselves. Now available for Kindle on Amazon and in iBookstore for Ipad. Barnes and Noble Booknook coming soon.
Last week when Oprah Winfrey interviewed GW Bush he raged once again about being called a racist because of how he handled New Orleans after Katrina. Oprah gave him the opportunity to understand the other side, even if possible to … Continue reading
My article on “How War Trounces On Women’s Rights” appears today on the Women’s Media Center magazine. You might want to check it out: http://womensmediacenter.com/blog/2010/11/exclusive-how-war-trounces-on-womens-rights/
I stayed up last night glued to the television waiting for the last rescue worker who had been a half mile below ground with the 33 who had been trapped there for 69 days. I felt part of millions all … Continue reading
The news reports say that by this Wednesday the 33 Chilean miners trapped a half mile underground will be coming out. When it was discovered that miraculously they are still alive, the best guess was they would not be rescued … Continue reading