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Category Archives: racism
by Roy J. Eidelson Over the past year, a remote area of North Dakota has been the improbable and prophetic site of a struggle with profound ramifications for us all. The confrontation has pitted the Water Protectors — the Standing Rock Sioux, … Continue reading →
Published on Monday, February 27, 2017, by Common Dreams The Predatory Presidency Recent executive orders reveal the Trump White House as a ruthless predator set to prey upon the most vulnerable among us. by Roy Eidelson In the Galapagos Islands, … Continue reading →
by Kathie MM As currently envisioned, the U.S. Peace Memorial will consist of twelve walls, or facets, containing engraved peace quotes from famous Americans (including, for example, Noam Chomsky, Martin Luther King Jr., Jeanette Rankin, Margaret Mead, Albert Einstein) as … Continue reading →
?by Kathie MM The value of empathy—putting oneself in the shoes of others, trying to feel their pain—has been recognized for centuries by all major religions and countless philosophers and human rights advocates. Empathy is seen as the major path to … Continue reading →