2009 Vol. 75 No. 1-3, 4-6 Winter/Spring

Reconsidering Reconciliation

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Features

  • Pacifism Builds on Commitment to a Free Society: A Tribute to John Swomley
    by Thomas C. Fox
  • The Human Quest Ceases Publishing After 200 Years, Contributes to Fellowship
    by Jane Stoever
  • Active Nonviolence Across the World: A Modern History
    by Richard Deats
  • A New Korea Policy for the United States: Real Change We Can Believe In
    by John H. Kim
  • International Voices on Reconciliation: A Fellowship Forum
    • Collective Security
      by Judith Le Blanc
    • Pakistan: A Path to Peace?
      by Farrukh Sohail Goindi
    • On Reconciliation
      by Samia Khoury
    • The International Year of Reconciliation
      by Rene Wadlow
    • From A Palestinian Christian Cry for Reconciliation
      by Naim Ateek

Poetry

  • A Taxpayer's Fear
    by Tom Greening
  • My Friend
    by Osama Alomar
  • Initial Impressions in the Sand
    by Bill Plitt
  • To a Gold Star Mother
    by William Stafford

Departments

  • Editorial: Ruminations on Reconciliation
    by Ethan Vesely-Flad
  • Letters to the Editor
  • News of the Fellowship:
    • End Plan Colombia: A Letter to President Obama
    • End the Israeli Occupation: A Letter to President Obama
      by Mairead Corrigan Maguire
    • Loving Our Enemies: The People of Iran
      by John Dear
    • Vietnam: War with Agent Orange Revisited
      by Bernie Meyer
    • Responding in Truth: Women Providing Leadership and Restoring Balance
      by Joan Whitacre
    • Interfaith Dr. King Day Event Helps Launch Inaugural Celebration
  • Heartbeat: Ghost Dances
    by Rabia Terri Harris
  • Reviews: Marked for Life; Beyond Bogota; We Who Dared to Say No to War; A Palestinian Christian Cry for Reconciliation; Armageddon in Retrospect; The Tyranny of Oil; Acts of Conscience; American Nonviolence; In Harm's Way; 118 Days; The Collected Sermons of William Sloane Coffin
  • Recommended Resources
  • Obituaries

On the front cover: On August 12, 2008, at The Sonrise School in Musanze, Rwanda, Episcopal Bishop John K. Rucyahana talks to one of the school's 900 students. The school opened in 2001, and three-quarters of its students are orphans as a result of the 1994 genocide. Fifteen years later, Tutsis and Hutus are working together to reconcile their differences: schools and orphanages have been established for the victims, "reconciliation villages" are bringing former enemies together, and peace is becoming a plausible goal in Rwanda. Photo courtesy of Sarah Bones, World Picture Network.