Tag Archives: World Peace

David McReynolds : We Are All Wounded Veterans

March to alternative Armistice ceremony in Regents Park in London, November 11, 1938. Until the guns fall silent: We are all wounded veterans In the bad wars — which are the only wars we have fought for some time now … finish reading David McReynolds : We Are All Wounded Veterans

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Harry Targ : Revisiting ‘American Exceptionalism’

Beacon to the world? Image from Wikimedia Commons. Was Putin right? Revisiting ‘American exceptionalism’ A better future and the survival of the human race require us to realize, as Paul Robeson suggested, that what is precious about humanity is not … finish reading Harry Targ : Revisiting ‘American Exceptionalism’

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Thomas McKelvey Cleaver : Nagasaki and Responding to Calamity

Shinto Shrine in Atomic Ruins, Nagasaki, Japan 1945. Public domain / National Archives / Flickr.Responding to calamity andwhat it says about our character The people of Nagasaki dedicated their city to promoting international peace and brotherhood. By Thomas McKelvey Cleaver … finish reading Thomas McKelvey Cleaver : Nagasaki and Responding to Calamity

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Social Forum Movement : ‘Another World is Possible’

Mural from 2009 Kentucky Social Forum, promoting U.S. Social Forum, June 22-26, 2010, in Detroit.Resistance to ‘globalization’:The Social Forum movement At the dawn of the new century, a new tradition, inspired by the hundreds of years of resistance, was launched… … finish reading Social Forum Movement : ‘Another World is Possible’

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Chrysler for World Peace? : Ad Agency Sour Grapes

To view video, go here. Rebranding Chrysler?U.S. ad agency misses message By Larry Ray / The Rag Blog / December 9, 2009 A truly uplifting 45 second public service television spot features a new Chrysler 300 breaking through the Berlin … finish reading Chrysler for World Peace? : Ad Agency Sour Grapes

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