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May our relationships and commitment to building a just and equitable future continue, for in the struggle for justice is the hope of the future.
A shaky coalition government tries to rescue the country from collapse.
Large-scale public health successes are both possible and replicable.
No one should have to suffer and get sick because of a lack of information.
When reconciliation occurs, people report feeling that they have rejoined the human family.
Instead of addressing the issues that the women are protesting about, the government has responded by using brutal force and attacking anybody who engages in peaceful demonstrations and protests, even peaceful ones.
Colleagues of mine in Zimbabwe were jailed and tortured by the Mugabe administration, but I was expected by pro-Mugabe activists in the USA to say nothing, and indeed, to deny everything.
Zimbabwe needs a new national vision to restore our self-confidence, dignity, and hope.
We observe with great concern the continued abuse of executive and military powers to subvert the expressed will of the people.
Refusal to fight with weapons is not surrender -- we are not passive when threatened by the greedy, the cruel, the tyrant, and the unjust.
Coming soon: a page with an annotated description of these blogs