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Kathy Kelly | What’s at Stake?

We asked university students what they thought of prospects for abolition of nuclear weapons. Anton, who studies engineering, told us that he believes “the youth of different countries would like to bridge the gap and work out ways to unite people.”  

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Hammering for Peace, by Kathy Kelly

Hammering for Peace
by Kathy Kelly

May 25, 2016

Last winter, at the Voices home/office in Chicago, we welcomed two friends who were in town for a Mennonite church gathering focused on the symbol of beating swords into plowshares. 1,038 more words


Practicing the Works of Mercy in a Time of War

“What an awful thing war is! Mother, it seems not men
but a lot of devils and butchers butchering each other.”

On Roy Morris, Jr., The Better Angel: Walt Whitman in the Civil War… 959 more words

World Literature

On Cloudrunner Restrains Plantar Faciitis

by Kathy Kelly

After years of running with the painful symptoms of plantar fasciitis, the On Cloudrunner seems to relieve, possibly prevent the condition’s symptoms with me. 480 more words

Personal Training

This Makes Me Think of Kathy Kelly

The inferno of the living is not something that will be; if there is one, it is what is already here, the inferno where we live everyday, that we form by being together. 69 more words


...is the us getting a bomb rap on the kunduz hospital?...

…war hero senator mccain had merely intoned, ‘bomb, bomb, bomb iran’, no more…

As the US MSM seeks to slink away from the US bombing of the MSF hospital in Kunduz, Afghanistan, other bloggers and less disreputable media keep the bright light of truth on the atrocity and war crime. 742 more words


"Last Night I Had the Strangest Dream" Anniversary of the Kellogg-Briand Peace Pact on August 27, 1928

David Swanson explains the Kellogg-Briand Peace Pact.

Outlawing War As An Instrument of National Policy
Veterans for Peace Chapter 27

In 1928 U.S. Secretary of State Frank Kellogg and French Minister of Foreign Affairs Aristide Briand proposed that all nations join them in signing a pact outlawing war as an instrument of national policy and called upon all signatories to settle their disputes by peaceful means. 361 more words