Our theory of change rests on the premise that when people put their bodies in places that disrupt dominant discourse or business practices, demonstrating commitment and moral courage, that discourse or practice is forced to shift. This shift opens possibilities for articulating and creating the world we want to see. [Read more] Making Change
Militarism in our culture is not something that we think about often. When we don’t think about something, we don’t talk about it. When no one is talking about something, it has space to move around without anyone noticing or scrutinizing what it’s doing. Recent rising tensions with China have caused some people to start… [Read more] The military has invaded our classrooms.
Read the full text War-and-peace by Andy Paine.pdf The problem with non-violence April 2014 “The only problem with non-violence,” he tells me, “is this: what happens when you’re being attacked and you need to use violence to resist?” It really, honestly, is a valid question. It’s not his fault we’re constantly force-fed myths of violence… [Read more] War and Peace- articles by Andy Paine
White poppies are the symbol of peace and remembrance of the harms done to everyone during war. by Darryl Bullen for the 100 year anniversary of Armistice erased memories flanders fertile faraway fields nameless girl tending her generous cows grazing lush poppy-dotted pastures rosy cheeked milk fed belgian children playfully blissfully unaware of impending… [Read more] Poetry – #ReclaimArmisticeDay