We mourn the loss of James Buswell, the violinist who with his wife Carol Ou played several magnificent Music for Peace concerts in the last several years. Jamie will be missed, but never replaced. Obituary from the Boston Globe American virtuoso violinist, conductor, Grammy nominated […]
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By Paul Shannon and Brian Garvey On Saturday, September 25th at Fenway Park, a Raytheon Antiwar Campaign demonstration highlighted Raytheon’s hypocritical sponsorship of the Run to Home Base. A project of the Red Sox Foundation in partnership with Massachusetts General Hospital, the Run to Home […]
By Brian Garvey Hayat, 2, Malika, 3, Somaya, 3, Benyamin, 6, Arwin, 7, Farzad, 10, Faisal, 16, Zamir, 20, Naser, 30, and Zemarai, 43. These are the innocent victims of the last US airstrike on Afghanistan. After over two weeks of denials and obfuscations, the […]
by H. Patricia Hynes Originally posted by Informed Comment on September 16th, 2021. The Deadly Sins of the US War in Afghanistan Today, that Congress together with the Executive Branch, the Pentagon, and military contractors should return to the National Cathedral to confess their deadly […]
by Catherine DeLorey Originally posted in DigBoston on August 9th, 2021. For those who did not already realize what a dysfunctional health care system we have, the Covid pandemic has exposed just how vulnerable the US healthcare system is. While more and more people become […]
by Cole Harrison Militarism tightened its icy, bipartisan grip on Washington, as the House of Representatives Sept. 23 voted for a $778 billion Pentagon budget — $38 billion higher than Trump’s final budget, and $24 billion higher than the amount requested by President Biden. The […]