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Category Archives: Moral engagement
August 6 is the second anniversary of EngagingPeace.com and the 67th anniversary of the destruction of Hiroshima and much of its population by an atomic bomb. Today’s post focuses on celebrating efforts to end the threat of nuclear weapons, as … Continue reading
In our 2011 post honoring the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., we documented how thoroughly he meets the criteria of moral engagement. This year, we continue to honor him for his major role in efforts to end the … Continue reading
Eva Mozes Kor, a “Mengele Twin” who survived the genetic experiments at Auschwitz, chose the non-standard route to recovery: forgiveness…. Continue reading
Yesterday, December 18, 2011, saw the passing of Václav Havel, an exemplar of moral engagement. Havel was a playwright and poet who became the leader of the opposition to Communist rule in Czechoslovakia starting in the 1960s. He helped launch … Continue reading