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How can we humanize each other and act as responsible global citizens? What are appropriate and effective responses to terrorism? How should media figures report on terrorism and war? How should elected officials respond? What can ordinary citizens do?

How to Stop the Next War Now, edited by renowned CODEPINK peace activists Medea Benjamin and Jodie Evans, shares expert insight on the issues and powers-that-be that can lead us to war---including the media, our elected politicians, global militarization, and the pending scarcity of national resources. It aims to educate and reflect on the effectiveness of peace movement activities and offers hope, through shared ideas, action steps, and checklists to transition from a culture of violence to a culture of peace.

Full of practical, proven suggestions to promote education, awareness, activism, and political change, drawn from experts from every walk of life who have passionately devoted their lives to peace. Contributors include elected officials, media personalities and reporters, public intellectuals, and ordinary citizens, all who are eager to find the most appropriate and effective responses to terrorism (other than bombing the hell out of third-world countries). Includes short essays, interviews, poems, illustrations, Q&As, action tips, and more.

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The editors, cofounders of CODEPINK: Women for Peace, have collected essays, letters, poems, and quotes highly critical of the Iraq war, President Bush, and war and terrorism in general. Their objective is to rally people everywhere, and especially women, to oppose war and terrorism and to work to bring peace. Suggestions are offered on strategies for making one's voice heard and on how to network with like-minded people. With a few exceptions, all the authors gathered in the book are women, though a good number are not published writers or political professionals. For example, in addition to an introduction by Alice Walker and contributions from women such as Janeane Garafalo and Nancy Pelosi, there are entries from mothers and siblings who have lost family members in Iraq. Most of the articles reflect the feminist, pacifist philosophy of the editors. Librarians should consider their readership in adding this book to their collections, as it could be viewed as a controversial work in some parts of the country.-Thomas J. Baldino, Wilkes Univ., Wilkes-Barre, PA Copyright 2005 Reed Business Information.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781930722491
  • Publisher: New World Library
  • Publication date: 4/28/2005
  • Series: Inner Ocean Action Guide Series
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 234
  • Product dimensions: 7.04 (w) x 8.98 (h) x 0.74 (d)

Table of Contents

Foreword
Preface
Introduction 1
Ch. 1 It starts with one voice 7
Regaining my humanity 8
Breaking the code of silence 10
From Cindy to George 15
A nation rocked to sleep 18
Understanding the U.S. military 19
Essential dissent 21
Protect your right to dissent 23
We must separate the warrior from the war 24
Ch. 2 From a culture of violence to a culture of peace 27
The new paradigm we hold within 28
The open space of democracy 36
Warriors for peace 39
Choosing peace 41
Building a just and caring world : four cornerstones 42
The challenge of educating for peace 46
Dark enough to see the stars 49
The mind can be a prison or a door 51
Ch. 3 Building a stronger antiwar movement 53
Activists as ambassadors 54
A permanent people's movement 57
A life in the movement : an interview with Frida Berrigan 60
The patience to win 66
A new coalition 69
The art of misbehavin' 70
Nurture new activists 73
Not Ronald Reagan's antiwar movement 73
Ch. 4 Strengthening women's voices 77
A new counterterrorism strategy : feminism 78
Mothers of all the world's children 80
Mother's day proclamation 82
W stands for war 83
Feminist voices for peace 84
Freedom through solidarity - the lie of "liberation" 87
Global women for peace 90
Empowering the silent majority 93
Ch. 5 The humanity we share 95
We refuse to be enemies 96
The pillars of peace 97
A mother's plea 100
Pilgrimage for peace 105
A letter to my imaginary American friend 108
Making America a hate-free zone 110
What we expect from America 114
Ch. 6 Unspin the media 119
The guards are sleeping : an interview with Helen Thomas 120
Heading into the cave with a torch 125
The power of dissent 128
Building a better media 131
Be the media 135
Hope versus cynicism 139
Killing the messenger with kindness 141
Ch. 7 Hold our leaders accountable 145
On not passing the buck 146
Democracy is a lifestyle 148
Making our voice heard 150
Get SMART : a better response to terrorism 153
Finding our conscience again 157
Ch. 8 Disarm the world 161
A world working together 162
Seating women at the peace table 167
Ending the nuclear crisis : a prescription for survival 169
Nonproliferation : the U.S. imperial double standard 171
Colonizing the globe, one base at a time 175
Armies for peace 178
Ch. 9 Protect and respect resources 183
Victory cars 184
Conserving our resources, resisting war 186
Oil addicts anonymous 188
Bring Halliburton home 191
Ending poverty, ending terrorism 194
The cracked mirror 197
Ch. 10 Celebrate joyful revolution 201
Grito de Vieques 202
Lessons from the field : igniting the spirit of joy 205
Planet called home 208
Picture peace 210
Making a scene 212
The new America 215
To the next generation of peacemakers 218
The opportunity of imprisonment 220
Afterword 223
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