Healing & Resistance

A Phoenix from the Ashes

The hopes of the world were dashed on November 2, 2004. An indescribably beautiful, vibrant, and diverse people’s movement had formed inside the United States, aiming to free the planet from the administration of George W. Bush ...

A Life Lived Whole

“There is in all things … a hidden wholeness.”

Spare the Rod

What is the link between intimate violence and war? Why do societies that treat women with respect fare better? A movement challenges traditions of violence in the family.

Finding a Way Home

Thousands of American men and women sent to fight in Iraq saw all the horrors of a brutal guerrilla war. Now they’re beginning to return home. How have they been changed by what they experienced?

Insisting on Peace in Colombia

You wouldn’t know it from U.S. newspapers, but a peace movement is building in Colombia. Indigenous peoples, peasant communities, and young draft resisters are saying no to war.

Pranksters Sink the WTO

They started out as small-time pranksters. But when their fake WTO website began drawing invitations from around the world to speak on behalf of the World Trade Organization, they rose to the challenge.