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MEMORIAL PROSE POEM by Anthony J. Marsella John Fitzgerald Kennedy (May 29, 1917 – November 22, 1963), President of the United States of America I. I cannot rest, My spirit rages; Incomplete truths, lies — remain. My grave … Continue reading
by Kathie MM Engaging peace. For what purpose should we engage peace? To resist violence. To prevent violence. To end violence. Violence is life-shattering, life-destroying. Peace is life-affirming, love-affirming, future-affirming. Right now life on Earth faces the most violent assault … Continue reading
Monday, September 11, 2017 By Barbara Kidney The Continuing Horror of 9/11 Sixteen years later, and tragically, the horrific legacy of 9/11 lives on. Manhattan is my home town. My Mom, like her own Mom, had been born in Manhattan. … Continue reading
1974. Does it seem like a long time ago? A whole different era—before omnipresent computers spying on everyone, before killer drones, before ISIS? Well, maybe. James Baldwin published If Beale Street Could Talk in 1974. If you read the book, … Continue reading