I am Celeste Zappala, of the First United Methodist Church of Germantown in Philadelphia, of Military Families Speak Out, and, sadly, of Gold Star Families Speak Out, because I am the mother of a f
No one person, and yet seemingly every person in on the planning of this event, was in charge.
It's about the journey. As the cathedral dean, Rev.
Though I have stood weekly at a vigil for the last five years, been in several marches, and even participated in civil disobedience, I have never had the opportunity to do direct action in an inten
I was born just before the United States entered World War II, and I've been participating in peace walks and vigils since the war in Vietnam. This was one of the best organized and deeply felt.
"The wind blows wherever it pleases." Word?
The scene is played out. We need some Eden!
Were Abba the DJ, He'd spin hymns
Climate change activists carried out what they called an “art attack” in November by screening political messages on the sides of several London landmarks.
In October, as President Bush signed the Military Commissions Act of 2006, 200 members of the National Religious Campaign Against Torture protested in front of the White House against what they cal
He seems relatively amused when people quote lines from the most famous song he’s ever recorded, but this day he was pretty serious.
Everyone wants to be happy and to fulfill their dreams. For many who live in war zones, prisons, and places of poverty, those dreams aren’t likely to come true.
A 40-year-old civil rights murder mystery, and the former state trooper who holds the answer.
The timeless and timely vision of William Stringfellow
With fierce faith, Julia Bonds works to save the land and people of West Virginia.
1. Support nonviolent direct action.