Link to youtube video of Pete Seeger marching through the streets, with entourage: here. Link to video of Pete Seeger singing “We Shall Overcome” at Columbus Circle, available at Michael Moore’s youtube: here. Exciting news! Who do you know in New York City who would love to see a little folk music history? Tonight, Friday … Continue reading Fri 10/22: Pete Seeger, Tao Seeger, Arlo Guthrie, in NYC
Happy Valentine’s Day! The idea of this site is to help bring a little more love into the world. We have been working to create a community space to share the way to a more peaceful life. Our definition of a peaceful life encompasses all areas of our lives. Since the early days of this … Continue reading TWL: Things We Love
The Tim Wise 2001 essay Who’s Being Naive? War-Time Realism Through the Looking Glass is the penultimate chapter in The Power of Nonviolence: Writings by Advocates of Peace. This essay continues the Post-Vietnam to the Present (1975- ) section of the book. Wise is an anti-racism educator and author. His essay complements the previous Arundhati … Continue reading Wise: War is Naive
In the eBook, the Occupy movement is explored through original reporting, essays, photographs, cartoons, poetry, essays, and reviews.
The Grammy award winning female a cappella group Sweet Honey in the Rock is touring to promote their latest album release Sweet Honey in the Rock: A Tribute-Live! Jazz at Lincoln Center. Sweet Honey in the Rock will be at the BB King Blues Club in New York City on March 5, 2013 for two shows. … Continue reading Sweet Honey in the Rock in NYC on March 5th!
It’s the eternal question for a gift-giving activist:
Arlo Guthrie has had a much broader cultural impact in terms of bringing a progressive message to the general population than his father, Woody Guthrie.