Children of War: Why We Need an Antiwar Future

Child Psychologist Haim Ginott once said “Children are like wet cement, whatever falls on them makes an impression”. So what kind of impression is being made on children when the things falling on them are bombs and missiles? What sort of impression is being made on children when those bombs and missiles kill their relatives, … Continue reading “Children of War: Why We Need an Antiwar Future”

Lumumba: The Man, the Idea, and the Crisis in the Congo

January 17th, 1961. This date may not mean much for most in the West, but this date marks what is perhaps one of the most watershed moments in the history of the 20th century. On this day, democracy died in the Congo, as well as one of the most principled humans this world has ever … Continue reading “Lumumba: The Man, the Idea, and the Crisis in the Congo”