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The Trolley Problem and the Climate Crisis

By Kermit Hovey

Could the trolley problem give us some insight into the challenge of the climate crisis or our response to it? Or could it at least highlight issues of those who block action? And what the heck is

Steadfast Nonviolence in a Hostile Situation

By Julia Isaacs

As a Quaker, I have read many books about the courage and spiritual strength of Martin Luther King, Jr., Mahatma Gandhi, Alice Paul, and others. I got a firsthand look at nonviolent action in late July, when …

The Time to Act Is Now

The recently released Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report is clear: To stop global warming, we must stop greenhouse gas emissions. The longer we wait, the hotter the earth will become. We must act now to keep the

Don’t Read This Unless…

By Kermit Hovey

Don’t read this unless you believe that the climate change crisis threatens life on this planet and our country’s promise of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.

If you do believe this, you probably understand that …