Monthly Archives: July 2014

Conscientious Objector’s View From The Ground In Israel, by Natan Blanc

A Conscientious Objector’s View From The Ground In Israel by Natan Blanc When I started writing this post, the Israeli government and the “Hamas” organization were on the verge of agreeing on a cease-fire, and ending the current cycle of … Continue reading

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Richard Hoberg – Summer Intern 2014

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Drop Your Weapons, by Chenoweth and Stephens

Drop Your Weapons; When and Why Civil Resistance Works By Erica Chenoweth and Maria J. Stephens Over the past three years, the world has witnessed a surge of nonviolent resistance movements. Pictures of huge demonstrations in public squares have become … Continue reading

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Bearing Witness, by Andrea W. Doray

Bearing Witness, On The Birthday of Eva Levine by Andrea W. Doray Last week, July 6, was Eva Levine’s birthday…July 6, 1916, to be exact, and I am writing here to commemorate this day. She was the second daughter of … Continue reading

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Border Crisis, by Pilar Rodríguez Aranda

Border Crisis, or Juárez City is Inside Our Closets by Pilar Rodríguez Aranda (To read this post in Spanish, scroll down.) Everyday I read, listen to, and witness the decomposition of our “human” societies, and everyday I become more convinced … Continue reading

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