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Another profile in activism: Alicia Garza

by Kathie MM This post, in celebration of Black History Month, honors Alicia Garza (included in EP’s second list of 100 peace and justice advocates), a model of the characteristics that define peace and peace activists. Nonviolence: Alicia’s main goal … Continue reading

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Celebrating Reverend Martin Luther King Jr’s Legacy, Part 2

    By Kathie Malley-Morrison &  Anthony J. Marsella Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr., is gone, but his legacy of peace, justice, and nonviolence endures. Hallelujah! Celebrating that legacy should not be consigned to one day. Let’s strive for an MLK … Continue reading

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New Year’s Resolution 2: Resist Racism

by Kathie MM So, for 2018, will you be content resolving to lose weight and/or get more exercise or do you want to aim a little higher—for world peace, for example?  Or maybe just greater peace in your neighborhood and … Continue reading

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Beware Resurgence of Deadly Diseases, Part 2

By Kathie MM In my last post , I described causes, contexts, and symptoms of a major form of social pathology—racialopathy. Racialopathy is a subtype of a much broader  social pathology—ethnicopathy. In all cases, the carriers of the disease tend to be … Continue reading

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