From Fear to Hope: Those Red MAGA Hats, Jon Meacham, and the Soul of America

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How can we resist the politics of fear? Adam Ericksen explains in his review of "The Soul of America."

Reuniting Families Is Not Enough. Now, Let's Let Them Stay.

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As immigrant parents and children reunite, Lindsey Paris-Lopez hopes that the United States can recognize them as refugees of US foreign policy, and allow them to stay.

Nukes and the Global Schism

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Last year, the 9 nuclear nations boycotted the U.N. negotiations to ban nuclear weapons. Yet the ban passed, and Robert Koehler remains hopeful for a future without nukes.

Interdividuality Mounts Chicago Stages

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Ellen Fairey's "Support Group for Men" and Jen Silverman's "The Roommate", both running in Chicago stages, demonstrate how people are influenced by others for better or for worse. This human malleability, named interdividuality by René Girard, offers many enjoyable insights when given center stage.

Beyond Womp Womp

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When confronted with hostility, an Episcopalian priest prayed that people would respond with love. This inspired Adam Ericksen to move beyond "Womp Womp."

A Letter To The United States On Her 242 Birthday

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Lindsey Paris-Lopez pens a letter to the USA for her 242 birthday. Although Lindsey has never called herself a patriot, she knows that to love the world, she must love the country in which she lives, and strive to make it a more compassionate, more welcoming place.

Reuniting Families Is Not Enough. Now, Let’s Let Them Stay.

As immigrant parents and children reunite, Lindsey Paris-Lopez hopes that the United States can recognize them as refugees of US foreign policy, and allow them to stay.
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