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An overview of recently published resources working against the militarization of our young people.
"Everywhere I went after 9/11...I urged that warlords should not be empowered, that disarming the militias was a priority task for US forces, and that developing Afghan agriculture to ward off poppy cultivation should be a priority…."
Creative nonviolent activists succeeded in blocking roads to the official summit.
We can enforce a peace by refusing to hate, refusing to kill.
The violent factions: NATO and the members of the black block, stole the show.
We need to articulate people-power-based strategies or folks will de-mobilize every election cycle.
Just as the sources of the crises confronting
us are connected, so too must be the
solutions we bring forward and
demand be implemented.
I won't go.
Peace is negotiated between enemies.
Coming soon: a page with an annotated description of these blogs