Bibliography for Peace “You can no more win a war than you can win an earthquake.” – Jeannette Rankin View Full Bibliography Featured Archive African American Involvement in the Vietnam War http://www.aavw.org/ “. . . virtual library of materials published about African-American involvement in the Vietnam War. “Involvement” is defined as those who served and those who protested. Although this site represents a sizable collection of full-text articles, papers, other documents (including government documents), Web links, sound files, photographs, speeches, poetry, and film references, the majority of the site consists of annotated bibliographic citations.” Featured Archive Peace News: The Golden Rule’s Resurgence http://www.alienlove.com/modules.php?name=News&new_topic=38 A dedicated group of volunteers is making the original peace boat seaworthy again. By Arnold Oliver Back in the 1950s, the U.S. military made the Marshall Islands the primary site for its nuclear weapons testing. As you might expect, those tests in the middle of the Pacific Ocean wreaked havoc on the environment and human health. In 1958, a Quaker-inspired voyage of nonviolent protest set out from California for the Marshall Islands in a little sailing ketch called the Golden Rule to do something about it… Featured Archive The Seneca Women’s Encampment for a Future of Peace and Justice http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Seneca_Women’s_Encampment_for_a_Future_of_Peace_and_Justice The camp took place mainly during the summer of 1983, from July 4 through Labor Day, concluding with a Labor Day Action honoring workers and highlighting the inflation and job loss that militarism brings. The Encampment continued through till 1994 when it “transitioned” into a “Women’s Peace Land.” Through its entire existence it continued to make the same principled philosophical connections between militarism, high rates of inflation, unemployment and global poverty, personal violence, addiction, abuse in all its forms and global environmental destruction.