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New and Noteworthy

by The Editors 09-01-2003

Bif! Boom! Soc!

Apoca-what?

by The Editors 07-01-2003

An end-times glossary.

Inside Story

by The Editors 07-01-2003

In early March Sojourners hosted a daylong roundtable on faith, art, and activism.

They Do It Because They Make Money

by The Editors 05-01-2003

A conservative Republican asks: What would happen if there were no profit in drugs?

Inside Story

by The Editors 05-01-2003

By the time you read this, the snow in Washington, D.C., will have melted, we think.

Inside Story

by The Editors 03-01-2003
Catholic peace activist Philip Berrigan died in December, only a few months after he was diagnosed with cancer.

Seeing the Faith of the Enemy

by The Editors 03-01-2003

Basrah, Iraq

Inside Story

by The Editors 01-01-2003

We began work on this issue in autumn, an especially strange and fearful autumn around our Washington, D.C. home.

An Urgent Call

by The Editors 11-01-2002

End the Nuclear Danger

Table Talk:

by The Editors 11-01-2002
A Discussion Guide for November-December 2002 Sojourners

Inside Story

by The Editors 11-01-2002

Saddam Hussein with nuclear weapons would be a real threat.

Films to watch for

by The Editors 11-01-2002

Alcatraz is Not an Island is a powerful documentary (which airs Nov. 7 on PBS)

Graceful music

by The Editors 11-01-2002

The Gathering of Spirits, by Carrie Newcomer.

Inside Story

by The Editors 09-01-2002

'Nonviolent resistance isn't about making a point, it's about taking power." Even many people who believe deeply in nonviolence might be taken aback by the bluntness of such a statement.

Table Talk

by The Editors 09-01-2002
A Discussion Guide for September-October 2002 Sojourners

A World of Elders

by The Editors 07-01-2002
How will the global community develop sustainable social structures for an aging population?

How will the global community develop sustainable social structures for an aging population?

New & Noteworthy

by The Editors 07-01-2002
Four July-August 2002 culture recommendations from our editors
If I Had A...Crayon

Peace is the World Smiling, from Music for Little People. A collection of peace-filled tunes for the little activists in your life. The Music for Little People choir, with help from a few grown-ups, gives songs from poets, storytellers, and musicians—Pete Seeger, Holly Near, and Sweet Honey in the Rock among them—an earnest, precious twist. www.mflp.com

Rich Witnesses

African Saints: Saints, Martyrs, and Holy People from the Continent of Africa, by Frederick Quinn. An invaluable, chock-full resource that expands—necessarily—our Western-weighted list of saints. Quinn, an Episcopal priest, looks at 90 "holy people" who've had a profound impact on Africa during the last 2,000 years; he also includes African prayers, proverbs, and wise sayings. Crossroad Publishing

Inside Story

by The Editors 07-01-2002
From the Editors

From the Editors

White Overalls, Black Blocs

by The Editors 07-01-2002
No, the "Battle for Seattle' wasn't the Yankees-Mariners series.
Anarchism

A political theory holding all forms of governmental authority to be unnecessary and undesirable and advocating a society based on voluntary cooperation and free association of individuals and groups.

Black Bloc 

A collection of anarchists that organize together for a particular protest action. Their goals are to give an anarchist critique of issues and to provide solidarity in the face of what they consider repressive police action. Black is the color of anarchism.

White Overalls

A movement of disenfranchised European youth organized against the economics of neo-liberalism. They wear white overalls as a symbol of the invisibility of most of the world's work force and other protective apparel, like foam rubber armor, to ward off police batons.

Table Talk

by The Editors 07-01-2002
A Discussion Guide for July-August 2002 Sojourners