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.
62% of women surveyed survived multiple forms of violence.
By Julie Oxenberg reviewing Loyal to the Sky:Notes from an Activist.
Peacework Co-Editor Sam Diener reviews Bound for Canaan: The Epic Story of the Underground Railroad, America's First Civil Rights Movement by Fergus Bordewich and comments on the themes of this issue.
We're left without our moral compass.
It is not acceptable to let regimes like Burma's dictate the rules of humanitarian intervention.
Zimbabwe needs a new national vision to restore our self-confidence, dignity, and hope.
How tragic that our church, the Episcopal Church, should be so obsessed with this particular issue of human sexuality, at a time when God's children all over are facing massive, massive problems.
Refusal to fight with weapons is not surrender -- we are not passive when threatened by the greedy, the cruel, the tyrant, and the unjust.
The poor and the youth of this nation must be given a say -- not a token!
What is being revealed is the fragility of Western political and economic "solutions" for Africa.
Coming soon: a page with an annotated description of these blogs