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Reality and the U.S.-Made Famine in Yemen

Yemen, the poorest country in the Arab world, absorbs more refugees than does the United States, despite itself being a target of U.S. and Saudi Arabian aggression. Peace Activist Kathy Kelly breaks down this unconscionable situation and calls on us to raise our voices for peace and justice for the people of Yemen.

Life Goes On Under the Helicopters and the Terrible Cost of Avoiding the Dangers of Kabul

Peacemaker Brian Terrell joins youth of Kabul in their peacemaking efforts, traveling in areas deemed, by outsiders, to be "safe" for Afghans but too dangerous for foreign nationals. He reminds us that the refugees from Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, Libya, and elsewhere "would stay home if they could," and says a long-term solution for their crisis must be an end to the military intervention in their countries.

Let It Shine

Kathy Kelly and friends sing "This Little Light Of Mine" as they walk 90 miles to shine a light of awareness on warfare and radiate a glimmer of hope for a peaceful future for the world.

The Shift

“We must rapidly begin the shift from a thing-oriented society to a person oriented society: when machines and computers, profit motives and property rights are considered more important than people,...

On The List

Editor’s Note: We are honored to feature accomplished peace activist Kathy Kelly. Kabul—[Sunday, Nov. 2], in the Afghan Peace Volunteers’ (APVs’) “Borderfree Center” here in Kabul, I heard someone banging...