Tag Archives: Dr. Margaret Flowers

Why I can’t unsee what I’ve read about 9/11, by Andrea W. Doray

Why I can’t unsee what I’ve read about 9/11 by Andrea W. Doray   I haven’t watched the videos of the recent slayings of American journalists. I read the news accounts and the still photos were horrific enough for me, … Continue reading

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Gentle Strength, by Robert Kostuck

Writing for Peace is excited to introduce three wonderful new members of our advisory panel: Robert Kostuck, Djelloul Marbrook, and Patricia Jabbeh Wesley. Each of our new advisers has achieved an inspiring level of personal integrity in their work, and … Continue reading

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Militarism and Violence are So Yesterday, by Flowers & Zeese

By Writing for Peace Adviser Margaret Flowers and Kevin Zeese Last week, in our article titled “Armed Drones Becoming the Norm? At the Crossroads of Robotic Warfare,” we wrote about concerns that robotic warfare combined with the global “war on … Continue reading

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