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YES! executive editor Sarah van Gelder writes about prospects for peace, health care breakthroughs, happiness, the next economy, and other topics.

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A Patriot Resigns

Posted by Sarah van Gelder at Sep 05, 2009 06:25 PM |
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At YES!, we've known Van Jones from his work with disaffected youth in Oakland through his rise to the White House. And here's what we know: Van is a true patriot.

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The Planet is Saved ... Pass it On

The Planet is Saved ... Pass it On

Posted by Sarah van Gelder at Jun 18, 2009 12:30 PM |
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YES! men strike again.

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Security in Pakistan: Let's Try Generosity

Posted by Sarah van Gelder at Jun 08, 2009 12:00 AM |
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Two million refugees have fled the violence in the Swat region of Pakistan, the largest movement of people since the genocide in Rwanda.

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Tribute to Thomas Berry

Tribute to Thomas Berry

Posted by Sarah van Gelder at Jun 02, 2009 12:00 AM |
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Thomas Berry, priest, scholar of Asian and indigenous spiritual traditions, and cultural historian died June 1, 2009 in his hometown of Greensboro, North Carolina.

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A Plea to President Obama: Don't Bankrupt America

A Plea to President Obama: Don't Bankrupt America

Posted by Sarah van Gelder at Apr 07, 2009 09:00 PM |
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We need you to stand up to the Wall Street insiders in your own administration who might understand what boosts the profits of banks, but not what helps our economy.

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On the 6th Anniversary of the Invasion of Iraq: A New Direction?

Posted by Sarah van Gelder at Mar 18, 2009 09:00 PM |
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How should the U.S. relate to the rest of the world? Will we try to hold on to our place as the world's sole superpower -- and if so, can we?

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