The U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum and Google Earth recently launched the Genocide Prevention Mapping Initiative, starting with a focus on the genocide in Darfur.
Two articles in the November 2006 issue overlook a powerful old means of communication that is being rediscovered—face-to-face storytelling in circles (sometimes called “peacemaking cir
Maybe a single film can't change the world, but put a social action campaign behind it and you have the seeds of a movement.
Love binds and builds, heals and hallows, redeems and restores.
These paintings were part of an exposition held in Buenos Aires, Argentina. It was no ordinary exposition.
Mexico's tradition of revolutionary murals continues in Chiapas.
In Image and Spirit, author and artist Karen Stone recounts comments she overheard in a modern art museum one November day
I avoid movies with car chases and wish more television heroes were not
both handsome and single. In my reading, however, I tend to be more open-minded.
The Motor City may never lack for drama, but until the Mosaic Youth Theatre came along
there were few opportunities for young people to express themselves on stage.
THANK YOU, Don Michael Hudson, for an intelligent, well-thought-through article on the arts and the Christian's freedom toward them