The path to a more peaceful world begins by universalizing resistance to militarism.
What does it take to resist? The Truthdig columnist explained at a Veterans for Peace anti-war demonstration at the Lincoln Memorial on Memorial Day.
The human rights activist and 2016 Green Party vice presidential candidate is leading the Black Alliance for Peace, a project against "war, repression and imperialism."
Television and print journalists, along with many congressional Democrats, join neoconservatives in offering immediate praise for the bombing.
As the Trump administration attempts to swell the Pentagon budget and gut social programs, Martin Luther King Jr.’s "Beyond Vietnam" speech remains chillingly relevant.
The former Roman Catholic priest, who died Jan. 20, was the only American to renounce the Medal of Honor.
In a speech last year in Washington, D.C., the late activist explained how Americans need to remember the successes and the failures of the peace movement of the 1960s and ’70s in order to achieve political unity.
The politician, peace activist, author and Truthdig contributor died Sunday at the age of 76. Share your thoughts on his legacy in our comments section.
The U.S. is addicted to war. Stopping this horrible situation is up to the American people. The way we do this is by getting informed. These documentaries can help.