Peacework Magazine, a peace and social justice webzine, investigates, uncovers, highlights, catalyzes, and mobilizes the nonviolent success stories of today -- and tomorrow.
Views expressed are those of the authors, not necessarily of Peacework Magazine.
Joining street or military gangs appear to be an easy way out, but the reality of violence is much different.
"I'm here to help everyone, no matter what they rep."
Peacework's tools can help you expose patterns of military recruitment in your area.
An overview of recently published resources working against the militarization of our young people.
While The Sneetches taught about the interaction between discrimination and capitalism, Horton Hears a Who is Dr. Seuss' exploration of genocide.
Telling the truth is frequently unpopular, but it is an important way to help communities survive and grow, and heal the wounds opened by war.
If a president is allowed to hide executive actions without review, the president becomes a dictator.
They took enough from me. I won't let them take away my values.
Creative nonviolent activists succeeded in blocking roads to the official summit.
Rather than getting bogged down in fear and grief about what is happening to the earth, these authors invite us into a joyful, proactive response.
Coming soon: a page with an annotated description of these blogs