“I Became Like a Soldier Going to Battle”: Post-Abortion Trauma

Posted on May 25, 2021 By

by Sarah Terzo Jacqueline Middler had two abortions and deeply regretted them. She wrote a book, White Stick, hoping to convince other women not to make the same choices. (All quotations below are from this book). Middler became pregnant her first year of college. She didn’t know what to do but was leaning towards choosing…

Vaccinations and Tender Consciences

Posted on May 18, 2021 By

by Rachel MacNair I’m about to make some heavy criticisms of the way the Covid vaccines came to be, so I start by saying I’ve now gotten both of my Moderna vaccinations. I encourage everyone qualified to be socially responsible to the community by getting theirs as well. Failing to do so, under current circumstances,…

Making a Nonviolent Revolution – Review of Civil Resistance: What Everyone Needs to Know

Posted on May 11, 2021 By

by John Whitehead Certain historical episodes of nonviolent resistance to injustice are famous: the Indian struggle for independence; the American civil rights movement; or the Arab Spring uprisings come to mind. However, many people who are aware of such episodes aren’t familiar with the larger history of nonviolent resistance nor with how such resistance can…

Abort or Face Discharge

Posted on May 4, 2021 By

by Sarah Terzo A book published in 2010 revealed that the military had a policy that all servicewomen who became pregnant had to abort or face discharge – and this policy was in place before Roe vs. Wade, when abortion was still illegal throughout the United States. The U.S. military’s purpose is to wage war….