Will drones really protect us? Drugs, surveillance and the war on terror

by Maya EvansVoices for Creative Nonviolence (UK) I’m seated in the police Zoom briefing with other council representatives for my small seaside town in England. Our Chief Inspector is telling us about the crisis we have with soaring heroin addiction in the town. The recent surge is contributing to a general increase in crime. The … Continue reading Will drones really protect us? Drugs, surveillance and the war on terror

Refugees at our southern border should occupy our mind

by Joseph Nangle, OFMPax Christi USA Ambassador of Peace The call of Pope Francis for the world to listen to the Cry of the Poor has several dimensions. One of them, clearly, is that of refugees who wander rootless across the globe, estimated to number some 25 million persons. That statistic, like all of them … Continue reading Refugees at our southern border should occupy our mind