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Sojourners Magazine: April 1988

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Cover Story

Listening to the Youth of the '80s


Twenty Years Later: A Tribute to Martin Luther King Jr.


On October 29, 1987, Pamela Montgomery stood next to Washington, D.C.'s mayor as 1,500 people gave her a standing ovation.
The Palestinian uprising in the occupied territories of Gaza and the West Bank has raged for two months, with no signs of abating in the near future.
Through the work of Walk in Peace, Carolyn, Max, and Don, along with others at Jubilee, have responded to the U.S. government's commitment to maintain the contra war.
Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega was widely criticized in this country for his response to the U.S. House of Representatives' February 3 vote against contra aid.
Cranberries, Crustaceans, and The Sex Life of the Fly

Culture Watch

As the feel-good communitarians at U.S.A. Today would put it, "we" (i.e. Americans) are becoming more self-conscious and comfortable about our identity as the world's first video republic.


Who will speak my words now and ask my questions?