2007 Vol. 73 No. 7-9 Fall

Pluralizing Sustainability; Sustaining Pluralism

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Features

  • A Beautiful Coming Together (Edited and excerpted from The U.S. Left Turns a Corner)
    by Ted Glick
  • False Sectarianism and the Battle for Oil: Monopolizing Power in Iraq
    by Raed Jarrar
  • Resisting Persecution and Maintaining Cultural Roots: The Amazigh People of Morocco
    by Shaina Adams and Brahim Ben Mbark
  • What Meaneth Black Suffering?: Race, Meaning-Making, and Democracy in Post-Katrina America
    by Osagyefo Uhuru Sekou
  • Indigenous Peoples, Pluralism, and Nationhood: A Fellowship Roundtable
    by Cristina Veran
  • Another Way to Think About Development Aid to Africa
    by Marie Giblin and Kathleen Smythe
  • Common Fire Finds Common Ground: Sustainable Pluralism Comes Home
    by Tom Caplan
  • Unity in the Face of Occupation (Excerpted from Disgrace Unto the Nations)
    by Nurit Peled-Elhanan

Poetry

  • Peace on the Streets
    by Youth of Philadelphia
  • In Praise of Torture
    by Tom Greening
  • #229nw
    by Andrew Grossman

Departments

  • Editorial: Can We Create One Movement?
    by Ethan Vesely-Flad
  • Letters to the Editor
  • News of the Fellowship
  • Heartbeat: A Field of Comprehensible Order
    by Rabia Terri Harris
  • Global Balance: Quietly Subversive
    an interview with Bill McKibben
  • Reviews: Peace, Justice, and Jews: Reclaiming Our Tradition; Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid; Before You Enlist and After You Say No; Iraq: A War; Dispatches from Latin America; America's Battle for God; Open Minds to Equality; Practicing Peace
  • Recommended Resources
  • Obituaries

On the front cover: On April 14, 2007, youth in Detroit, Michigan, join a nationwide protest against the lack of action on global warming. The Step It Up campaign called for a dramatic cut in the release of carbon into the atmosphere. The next Step It Up action will be held on November 3, 2007. Photo courtesy of Jim West.