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Published: 01 August 2015
Creative Commons/Warren Rohner Even armed-struggle advocate Amilcar Cabral recognized that trouble would follow if his fellow militants became militarists Creative Commons/Warren Rohner. / Even armed-struggle advocate Amilcar Cabral recognized that trouble would follow if his fellow militants More
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Published: 01 November 2017
Even the smallest microbes shape our lives as part of the living environment. Even the smallest microbes shape our lives as part of the living environment. More
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Published: 01 August 2011
Twelve-step programs are spreading, even as unions are shrinking. Might it be possible to create an AA-style political program to help fill the vacuum? Here, members of SEIU Healthcare Wisconsin prepare to lobby their representatives in the State House on forced overtime, home care organizing More
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Published: 01 August 2011
Even amid Israeli attacks like the one that turned these three homes to rubble in Anata, a town in the central West Bank, Palestinians have managed to build new schools, new roads, and new health centers within the last few years. Credit: Creative Commons/Michael.Loadenthal. Even amid Israeli More
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Published: 01 November 2012
Creative Commons/k763 Even as progressive Christians root powerful messages of compassion and social justice in the crucifixion story, some right-wing groups use it to anchor messages of hate, particularly toward Jews, whom they blame for the death of Jesus. Here, children from the Kansas-based More
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Published: 01 August 2012
Ben Piven Intra-Jewish — and even intra-Zionist — contestations have long existed over the legitimacy of the state. Some Haredi Jews, such as these Neturei Karta protesters in New York, hold religiously principled anti-Zionist views. Most Haredim, however, view the State of Israel as no more More
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Published: 01 August 2013
Diane Ovalle ( dianeovalle.com ) “Many cannot get right with the law even though they would like to,” the authors write. Here, a mother and daughter face arrest together while protesting U.S. immigration policy outside the 2012 Democratic National Convention in North Carolina. Diane Ovalle More
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Published: 01 April 2011
If evolution itself is seen as wise and benevolent, even divine, how come it involves so much suffering? Or is there a better way to conceive of “evolutionary spirituality”? If evolution itself is seen as wise and benevolent, even divine, how come it involves so much suffering More
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Published: 01 August 2014
Patrick McMullan/AP Photo TV actor Mayim Bialik chooses to adhere to Jewish modesty laws — even at the Emmys. Patrick McMullan/AP Photo. / TV actor Mayim Bialik chooses to adhere to Jewish modesty laws — even at the Emmys. More
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Published: 01 November 2018
These later poems attest to the interpretability of language and the adoptive and adaptive nature of shared experience, even as they spell out our doom. Creative Commons These later poems attest to the interpretability of language and the adoptive and adaptive nature of shared experience, even More
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Published: 01 August 2011
Millions of women work two shifts: first their day jobs and then a second shift of domestic labor each evening. Credit: Creative Commons/Sean Dreilinger. Millions of women work two shifts: first their day jobs and then a second shift of domestic labor each evening. Credit: Creative Commons/Sean More
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Published: 01 April 2014
Michael Woloschinow ( marlenaagency.com ) Is the Left slowly dying, or has it saturated our lives so fully that we don’t even notice its ideals at work within and around us? Illustration by Michael Woloschinow. Michael Woloschinow (marlenaagency.com). / Is the Left slowly dying, or has More
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Published: 01 August 2012
Creative Commons/Omar Martínez ( frontera.info ) The drug-related violence in Tijuana has become so pervasive that not even schoolchildren can escape it. Legalizing drugs could reduce such violence worldwide, the author argues. Creative Commons/Omar Martínez (frontera.info). / The drug-related More
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Published: 01 November 2013
Creative Commons/fibonacciblue Contraception remains a major subject of right-wing Christian concern, even though the Bible itself says nothing on the topic. Here, a participant in a March 2012 Occupy Women’s Rights rally in Minneapolis pushes back with some word play. Creative Commons More
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Published: 01 November 2012
Creative Commons/Kt Ann Why does the idea of halting all “productive” work, even for a day, terrify so many of us? Are we afraid that, upon returning to our daily lives, we will no longer find the oppressive aspects of our society to be bearable? Creative Commons/Kt Ann. / Why does the idea More
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Published: 01 November 2012
Creative Commons/Adam Jones For many theologians, the cross is a symbol not of blood redemption, but of hope even amid suffering. C. Kavin Rowe warns that excising the symbol of the cross would decimate the “specifically Christian impetus to work with and for those who are being bruised More
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Published: 01 November 2012
Creative Commons/Todd Benson U.S. voter turnout rarely surpasses 60 percent, even in presidential elections. Nonpartisan get-out-the-vote promotions like this one, which features both Obama and Romney, remind us of the importance of asserting ourselves at the ballot box. Creative Commons/Todd More
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Published: 01 August 2013
Ron Feldman A man prays beside a loaf of challah at Burning Man. “The challah we fresh-baked on the playa for 300 souls who joined us for Sabbath eve tasted slightly of dust but was, even more than usual, ‘a taste of the world-that-is-coming,’” the author writes. Ron Feldman. / A man prays More
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Published: 01 November 2012
about the importance of loving everyone, even one’s enemies. Creative Commons/Bartolomé Esteban Murillo. / Jesus heals a paralyzed man at the Pool of Bethesda in this painting by Bartolomé Esteban Murillo. Images of such marvels abound, but artists struggle to illustrate what was perhaps Jesus’s most More
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Published: 01 April 2013
Jeff Zimmerman ( jazim.com ) It’s time to remake the child welfare system around a central ethic of care. To do so, we need to renew our sense of hope in all children’s ability to flourish, even amid difficult circumstances. In this Memphis-based mural by Jeff Zimmerman, A Note of Hope , children More