By Brandon Do. It is easy for us to become trapped in a perpetual state of hopelessness and despair when we haven’t realized there is a great world beyond us and the responsibility to change it rests in our hands. We have yet to be awakened to our responsibility to eliminate injustice and false values. A culture of identity politics weaponized by the ruling establishment … Continue reading Ho Chi Minh Through the Eyes of Martin Luther King Jr.
By Archishman Raju. The Peace Movement and Colonial Rule One of the early conferences of the world peace movement was held in New York in 1949, a Cultural and Scientific Conference for World Peace. The atomic bomb dropped by the United States on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, leading to a horrific end of the second world war–as well as the emerging cold war tensions between the … Continue reading The Peace Movement in India: An Important Legacy