2005 Vol. 71 No. 11-12 November/December

Cover image from New Orleans: A Choice Between Destruction and Reparations

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Features

  • New Orleans: A Choice Between Destruction and Reparations
    by David Billings
  • Just the Facts, Ma'am ... about AIDS in Alabama
    by Bennie Liggins and Elizabeth O'Neill
  • More than One Million in Treatment, But So Far to Go
    by Ted Karpf
  • White Like Me: A Woman Rabbi Gazes Into the Mirror of American Racism
    by Lynn Gottlieb
  • A Rapidly Vanishing Window of Opportunity: The Need for a Constructive Dialogue between Iran and the United States
    by Abbas Daneshvari
  • Life After Gaza
    by Kendra Froshman
  • Hope, Not Hate: On the Future of Western-Muslim World Relations
    by Mas'ood Cajee
  • Support the Hunger Strike for Human Rights at Guantánamo
    by Joseph E. Mulligan
  • Do We Look Like Terrorists?
    by Ethan Vesely-Flad
  • Federal Conspiracy Charges for Peaceful Protesters
    by Barbara J. George

Poetry

  • In Someone Else's Home
    by Jonathan Callard
  • On Refuge and Language
    by Suheir Hammad

Departments

  • Editorial: The Peace Movement's Tipping Point
    by Ethan Vesely-Flad
  • Columns:
    • Nonviolence in the Arena: Serbian Student Revolution, 1998-2000
      by Walter Wink and Jo Clare Hartsig
    • The Decade Challenge: Story Time
      by Janet Chisholm
    • Heartbeat: Caritaphobia
      by Rabia Terri Harris
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Book Reviews: Radical Pacifism; Creating the Beloved Community
  • Film Reviews: A Persian Odyssey on Your Small Screen
    by Hossein Alizadeh
  • News of the Fellowship:
    • Our New FOR Interns
      by Staff
    • FOR Delegation to Japan Affirms Commitment to Peace and Nuclear Abolition
      by Ibrahim Ramey
  • Obituaries: Naomi Goodman, Balfour Brickner
    edited by Rabia Terri Harris
  • Letters to the Editor
  • Opportunities

On the front cover: New Orleans, following Hurricane Katrina. Photo by Matt Rourke, courtesy of World Picture News.