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We suffered twice: first enduring the pain of the dictatorship’s violence, and second the anguish of keeping silent out of fear.
Anger isn’t evil. It’s not something to be ashamed of — be ashamed only of abusing anger.
Each of us has been personally affected by violence yet has rejected the idea of retaliating with further violence.
Meeting and talking with resisters from Latin America, Europe, and Israel, I was startled by just how parallel our struggles are.
Damu understood better that most that the struggle to end war and poverty in the world could only happen with the inclusion and participation of people of color.
Coming soon: a page with an annotated description of these blogs