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Monthly Archives: October 2011

After the War Was Over: Seeing What You’d Rather Not See

by Jim Forest It was in 1975 that the Vietnam War came to an end with the sudden collapse of the South Vietnamese regime. The iconic image of that event was a helicopter taking off from the roof of the US Embassy in Saigon carrying diplomatic and military personnel to safety aboard an offshore aircraft […]

Extracts from the writings of Dorothy Day

selected by Jim Forest hospitality “Every morning I break my fast with the men in the breadline. Some of them speak to me. Many of them do not. But they know me and I know them. And there is a sense of comradeship there. We know each other in the breaking of bread.” (Diary entry, […]