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South Sudan and the War of 1812

A learning adventure in American history can also offer a way for students and others to connect with South Sudan. Read More »

South Sudan Faces Hunger Emergency

Dialogue, development and disarmament need to take place in South Sudan. Read More »

Building the Future in Ivory Coast with School Meals

The World Food Programme says that the Ivory Coast school feeding program is only 11 percent funded. Read More »

Starting a Peace Race with the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty

We need to challenge all these countries. But not to an arms race; rather, to what President Kennedy called a "peace race." Read More »

Interview: Alain Homsy of the Norwegian Refugee Council in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

The Norwegian Refugee Council aids children in the conflict-torn Democratic Republic of the Congo with school feeding. Read More »

She Wanted to Mourn, But Chose to Save A Life

In my article Armistice Day, World Peace and Feeding the Hungry I talk about the amazing work of the Belgian Relief Commission. Read More »

Bicycle Camping in Mexico, Colombia, and Beyond: An Interview with Andreas Hubl and Anita Burgholzer

Around the world like a snail with wheels... Read More »

Armistice Day, World Peace, and Feeding the Hungry

Battery D with flag

On Armistice Day let’s remember that dream of world peace that should have followed the First World War. Read More »

Afghanistan 10 Tears Later: Starvation Threatens War-Torn Country

On this 10 year anniversary of the Afghanistan war, let's work to win the peace-starting with fighting hunger. Read More »

September 12, 2011

U2 played "Walk On" three days after 9/11/2001, a call for us to leave behind the violence of that day. Read More »