For war opponents, the election year is a moment of great opportunity--and peril. The challenge is to leverage antiwar sentiment into a victory for peace.
During a Vietnam War protest, Norman Mailer blustered and banged a generation's experience through his prodigious ego.
A legal drama is unfolding in Washington State over whether an Army officer who
refuses to serve in Iraq has the same Constitutional rights as the rest of us.
Peace activists are reaching out to US military officials to dampen the Bush Administration's ardor for attacking Iran.
How can Americans become more generous?
Peacemakers from countries that have moved from sectarian strife towards national reconciliation met with Iraq Sunnis and Shi'as in an effort to resolved the crisis.
Remembering Grace Paley and the impact she had on literature, activism and many generations of women and children.
Leaders of the Jewish community who have resisted calls to voice opposition to the war can no longer justify their failure to speak out.
Opposition to the Iraq War has created some unlikely alliances in Kentucky, much to the chagrin of Senator Mitch McConnell.
They're loud, lion-hearted, obnoxious and essential to democracy. And as an unjust war continues to create enormous suffering, we need people brave enough to practice extreme politics.