Tag Archives: Israel

SED Student Helps Bring Israeli, Palestinian Youth Together

by Joel Brown Dana Dunwoody (SED’19) (above) spent part of her summer using disc games to bring Israeli and Palestinian youth together at the Ultimate Peace camp in southern Israel. Photos courtesy of Ultimate Peace. By Joel Brown Just about … Continue reading

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Can generals sometimes be right?

by Kathleen Malley-Morrison & Ed Agro Monday’s engagingpeace post discussed the opposition of General Dwight D. Eisenhower to the dropping of the atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Although it is easy to stereotype military commanders as always believing that … Continue reading

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Syrian Refugees and the Earth Household, Part 2.

By Guest Author Dana Visalli The second camp I visited in my visit to Lebanon was considered more hazardous than the first. It is much larger and has been in place longer; a raid there a year ago netted many … Continue reading

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Profiting from Prisons: The Evil Corporation Connection Part 2

  This is Part 2 of a series by Dot Walsh. My research on for-profit prisons   brought me to a G4S site  advertising security products and services in 125 countries. Intimately connected with the military,  G4S actively recruits and … Continue reading

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