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My Five Days in “Pod A”Drone protester Bonnie Block speaks about the Juneau County Jail
"We Are a Country at War"Cathy Breen writes from Iraq
Making History and Building a Future in the Nevada DesertPeace Camp in Nevada makes history- what of the future?
When Kathy Went to Jailoriginally posted on the Palestine Chronicle
Hearing All VoicesNote from Kathy one week before her release
The Storm Is OverKathy Kelly writes on prison construction and what we aren't building
Charges Dismissed for Four Hancock Protesters at Pretrial HearingFor Immediate Release
Kathy's Reading List in PrisonWith gratitude for many gifts
Sing Another SongKathy Kelly on the Pope, equality for women and the poor, and a sick world tended as a sick child.
Machines of WarA piece by Eric Vincent, DePaul Intern at VCNV
CrosscurrentsKathy Kelly writes on environmental and social activism on and off Jeju Island
St Patrick's Day Greetings from PrisonKathy's St Patrick Day message from prison
Possibility of EscapeKathy Kelly challenges "inflexible human nature" from Lexington FMC
TV Ad Airing in Las Vegas Asks Drone Pilots to Refuse to FlyStop the Killing, End Drone Warfare!
Obama Plays Hardball With Israel…for OnceExposing Israel's Secret Nuclear Program
Bad lieutenant: American police brutality, exported from Chicago to Guantánamofrom the Guardian
The disappeared: Chicago police detain Americans at abuse-laden 'black site' Chicago to Gitmo
6 Arrested at Beale AFB in Ash Wednesday Drone Protest6 Arrested at Beale AFB in Ash Wednesday Drone Protest
The Front Page RuleKathy writes from prison
Killing the Futureremembering the ameriya bombing
THE SHIFTVoices Co-coordinator Kathy Kelly writes from prison
COUNTDOWN TO CREECH4-6 March, 2015
WAR AND PERPETUAL ADOLESCENCE award-winning Chicago journalist Robert C. Koehler clues us in
_Jordan Times_ Letter to the EditorKen Hannafor-Ricardi
The Ghastly, Remotely Piloted, Robotic Reaper DroneEd Kinane's recent article
Police Raid Peace Camp at Jeju IslandVideo coverage and commentary
Learning from _American Sniper_Rory Fanning's thoughtful review of the popular movie
Shut Down CreechA message from Kathy Kelly on Putting a Halt to Drone Warfare
Peace Activists Encourage Alabamians to Join a ProtestKathy Kelly and Medea Benjamin speak in Huntsville
Poet-Journalists and Central QuestionsA Review of David Smith-Ferri’s "Where Days Are Stones"
Pakistan Witness on Trial in DeWitt for Drone Resistance Since 2010 there have been more than 150 arrests at Hancock
Terrorism “Insurance” ExpiresSomething Ended January 1, But It Wasn't the Afghanistan War
Abolishing the CIARelease the Whole Report, Senator Udall!
Formal End of Afghanistan War Not Really the EndSimply a Change of Definitions
Drone Wars in AfghanistanNotes from the Seminar
First ImpressionsGetting to Know Kabul, Afghanistan
Street Kids Updatefrom the Journal of Maya Evans in Kabul
The Unspeakable in AfghanistanPatrick Kennelly writes from Kabul
Drones and Discrimination: Kick the HabitKathy Kelly sees opportunity on being sentenced to 3 months in prison
Missouri Judge Convicts and Sentences Two Peace Activistsfor Protesting Drone Warfare at Whiteman Air Force Base
Spending Time with People Trapped and Impoverished by Endless War Abroad and at HomeKathy Kelly Interviewed on NPR Worldview
Drones on Trialat Federal Court in Jefferson City Dec. 10
Hancock Drone Resister Jack Gilroy RELEASEDfrom Jamesville Correctional Facility
Climate Change ChallengesSupport the Environment or the U.S. Military?
Not AgainOn a "More Expansive Mission" in Afghanistan
After Vowing to End Combat Mission in Afghanistan, Obama Secretly Extends America’s Longest WarHakim and Kathy Kelly Interviewed by Amy Goodman of Democracy Now
Obama Extends War in AfghanistanThree events, which President Obama should have considered before once more expanding the U.S. combat role in Afghanistan:
Uncomplicated, in Afghanistan A report on "Emergency" network of hospitals and clinics has been particularly remarkable for effectively saving and improving the lives of many Afghan people
Redefining “Imminent” How the U.S. Department of Justice Makes Murder Respectable, Kills the Innocent and Jails their Defenders
How Is a Prison Like a War?The Similarities between Mass Incarceration and Mass Murder