Blog Posts by Contributor: carolbaum

SPC Statement

SPC's Statement on Nonviolence

Mon, Jul 7, 2003

The Syracuse Peace Council is committed to nonviolence as an operating principle for our organization and as a central element of our vision for the world we work to create. We embrace the active nonviolence of Mahatma Gandhi and Martin Luther King, Jr. to confront the many injustices facing our world. To us, nonviolence is about much more than the absence of war--it requires struggling for equality, justice and dignity for all people.

Newsletter

Community Calendar

From the

Newsletter

SPC in Action

From the

compiled by Carol Baum

Come Together at Plowshares! December 3-4

At this time of year when the night is lengthening, the Plowshares Craftsfair and Peace Festival lights up our hearts and spirits. Plowshares is Central New York’s premier multicultural craftsfair, celebrating a world where people enjoy their work and have control over it. It is a marketplace both of ideas and beautiful handmade items, a community gathering of people who hope and work for a better world.

Looking at Nationalism : A Review of the Book WOOL by HUGH HOWEY

Posted by carolbaum on

This is the author’s first book review analysis attempting to understand the root causes of dystopian fiction through the lens of political, social, and economic factors, for the purpose of understanding modern day realities of existence and struggle.

World War II expressed Nationalism in all of its glory as a rationale for empire.  The antagonist nation in wool did the same, but with the high

Newsletter

Community Calendar

From the

Complied by Carol Baum