Ivana Milojevic analyzes the long-term impact of trans-generational trauma by looking at the personal experience of her family over three generations caught up in the Stalinist repression in the Soviet Union, the Second World War, especially in Yugoslavia, and the 1990s break up of the Yugoslav federation.
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I’ve been a guest in Colorado Springs, Colorado, following a weeklong retreat with Colorado College students who are part of a course focused on nonviolence. In last weekend’s Colorado Springs Gazette, there was an article in the Military Life section about an international Skype phone call between U.S.
The World Council of Churches held its 10th Assembly earlier this month in Busan, Korea. More than 1,000 religious leaders from over 120 countries participated in the assembly, a global gathering held every seven to eight years.
This weekend, thousands will gather at Ft. Benning, Georgia, to protest the Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation/School of the Americas in an annual mobilization sponsored by SOA Watch.
This article/conversation is by Dr. Hakim and the Afghan Peace Volunteers
On October 22, 2013, the Afghan Peace Volunteers (APVs) in Kabul, Afghanistan, had a Skype conversation with peace activists at Gangjeong Village on Jeju Island, South Korea, during which they shared solidarity in saying “No!” to the U.S. war apparatus in Afghanistan and South Korea.