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Dale Hanson Bourke

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Posted by Dale Hanson Bourke 1 year 16 weeks ago
In the run-up to the Super Bowl, advertisers work hard to get their money’s worth, even before their spot has run. They leak teasers and hype the stars who will appear in them. If they can find a way...
Posted by Dale Hanson Bourke 2 years 18 weeks ago
Last week, while most of Israel was focused on increasingly extreme rhetoric surrounding the upcoming elections and most Americans were listening to angry debates about guns and fiscal responsibility...
Posted by Dale Hanson Bourke 2 years 25 weeks ago
As people of faith, it is not uncommon to pray for miracles when faced with overwhelming obstacles. For many of us, AIDS has been one of those mind-boggling, heart-wrenching causes that has wreaked...
Posted by Dale Hanson Bourke 3 years 4 weeks ago
The problem with peaceful protests is that they lack all the headline-grabbing horror of wars and terrorist attacks. They lack the “power of attention” as filmmaker Julia Bacha likes to say, and that...

Articles by Dale Hanson Bourke

Books get a second life in a global library.

A few e-mails can help fight AIDS.

The problem with a disease defined by an extraordinary number of dead, infected, and orphaned is that it is all too easy to lose sight of the individual.

(and why you should be too.)

Overcoming the mythology of AIDS.