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Whose America is It?
WHO ARE WE? WHERE ARE WE GOING? And how are we going to get there? We can no longer answer these questions. Indeed, we have stopped asking them. But just as the future of blacks seemed to be in peril when integration was introduced decades ago, our future as a viable racial and ethnic group in this country will be greatly diminished unless a new model for racial and cultural development is established.
More than 50 religious anti-nuclear activists were arrested in London on Ash Wednesday for demonstrating in front of the British Defense Ministry and writing anti-nuclear slogans on the building
Ten ministers representing different Christian denominations sent a letter to 26 Indian tribes and Eskimo communities in the Pacific Northwest apologizing for the church's "long-standing particip
JustLife Education Fund released an election study guide emphasizing a "consistent life ethic" that seeks to end the nuclear arms race, to stop abortions, and to empower the poor.
Leaders from 14 Christian denominations in Australia have issued an appeal for "reconciliation and justice" between Aborigines and Australians as that nation marks its bicentennial.
Prisoner of Conscience
Longtime peace activist Jim Albertini began serving a three-year prison term at the Federal Prison Camp in Lom-poc, California, in January for his role in a nonviolent protest against nuclear arm
The sanctuary movement is under fire again—this time in Los Angeles, where the county tax assessor is threatening to revoke the tax-exempt status of all churches providing sanctuary to undo