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On the Cutting Edge: The Peace Activism of Earle Reynolds

In U.S. history, where articulating a desire for peace is too often accepted as sufficient opposition to war, one man鈥檚 [鈥

Kristin Grabarek completed a master's degree in History at Auburn University, where she researched effective social activism. She now lives in Denver, Colo., where she works in a branch library developing youth programming.

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A Conference on Banning Depleted Uranium

Central America鈥檚 tumultuous history provides many opportunities for raising awareness about human rights and social justice. The Friends Peace Center, [鈥

Candace Andrews-Powley is a volunteer at Friends Peace Center in San José, Costa Rica, and a recent graduate of St. Mary's College of Maryland.

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The 110th U.S. Congress

The current Congress is giving more visibility, in鈥恉epth exploration, and oversight to some Quaker goals as stated in FCNL鈥檚 legislative [鈥

Nancy Milio is emeritus professor of Health Policy at University of North Carolina and a member of Chapel Hill (N.C.) Meeting.

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Conversations from the Heartland

A few years ago, I surprised myself and some friends鈥擨 sent out an e鈥恗ail to my homeschooling buddies, almost entirely [鈥

Kat Griffith, a homeschooling mother of two, is a member of Winnebago Worship Group in East-Central Wisconsin. Her previous articles in Friends Journal (February 2003 and May 2005) have addressed the evolving relationship between Northern Yearly Meeting and El Salvador Yearly Meeting.

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Reviving the Grassroots Movement to Ban Landmines

The tsunami hit Sri Lanka, scooping away wide portions of earth and killing more than 200,000 children, women, and men, [鈥

Scott Stedjan is a legislative associate for Friends Committee on National Legislation and coordinator of the United States Campaign to Ban Landmines.

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Hiroshima/Nagasaki Unresolved: A Present Danger

On August 19, 2003, the Washington Post carried a front鈥恜age story and picture headlined 鈥淓nola Gay, Waiting in the Wings [鈥

Marjorie A. Smith, a retired social worker, is a member of State College (Pa.) Meeting and a former member and founder of Dayton (Ohio) Meeting.

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