2008 Vol. 73 No. 10-12 Winter

Resisting Silence

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Features

  • A Saffron Revolution in the Making?
    by Richard Deats
  • Blind in the Darkness
    by Mi Pone
  • The Culture of White Privilege Is to Remain Silent
    by Liz Walz
  • 2007 Top Ten Muslim "Good" News Stories
    by Mas'ood Cajee
  • The Geography of Hope
    by Lynn Gottlieb
  • Hope Comes from Letting Go
    by Patricia Ackerman
  • Sexual Violence as a Tool of Conquest
    by Fellowship staff, based on reporting by Amnesty International

Poetry

  • Those Who Stood Up for Tolerance
    by Hafez, translated by Mahmood Karimi-Hakak and Bill Wolak
  • Today
    by Magdalena Kaluza
  • Jena 6
    by Decora of the ReadNex Poetry Squad
  • War
    by Mary Embree

Departments

  • Editorial: Resisting Silence
    by Ethan Vesely-Flad
  • Letters to the Editor
    International FOR: Nonviolence Activism in the U.S.: A Visitor Reflects
  • News of the Fellowship
  • Heartbeat: Crazy Compassion
    by Rabia Terri Harris
  • Reviews: How Nonviolence Protects the State; Jasmine and Stars: Rethinking Global Sisterhood; Peace Action: Past, Present, and Future; Nuclear Disorder or Cooperative Security?; Satanic Purses; Targeting Iran; A Power Governments Cannot Suppress; Army of None; Divine Duality: The Power of Reconciliation Between Women and Men; Empire and the Bomb
  • Obituaries
  • Recommended Resources

On the front cover: On September 20, 2007, tens of thousands marched in Jena, Louisiana, for justice for several young black teenagers. The march came to represent the ongoing challenge to end racism in the United States. Photo courtesy of Andre M. Perry, Ph.D., University of New Orleans.