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Skip Schiel


Links helping people understand the crisis exacerbated by the attacks of September 11, 2001

Assembled by Skip Schiel

February 8, 2002

US Jittery at Symbolic Meetings of Grieving Families

Published on Tuesday, January 15, 2002 in the New Zealand Herald

by Kim Sengupta in Kabul


Redux: Cheney Made Millions Off Oil Deals with Hussein

San Francisco Bay Guardian
November 13, 2000

by Martin A. Lee

With Cheney at the helm since 1995, Halliburton quickly grew into America's number-one oil-services company, the fifth-largest military contractor, and the biggest nonunion employer in the nation. —Martin A. Lee


The Right and US Trade Law: Invalidating the 20th Century

The Nation, October 15, 2001

by William Greider


Castro Wows Closing Ceremonies Of NGO Forum

By William Wong

AntiRacismNet/Project Change Team



The War Resisters League affirms that all war is a crime against humanity. We therefore are determined not to support any kind of war, international or civil, and to strive nonviolently for the removal of all causes of war.

Protesters Arrested at
U.S. Mission to UN, Jan. 22


Reflections At Ground Zero

Nonviolent Activist, Jan-Feb 2002

by Frank Morales


Nonviolent Resistance in the Islamic World

Nonviolent Activist, Jan-Feb 2002

by Stephen Zunes

Striking Iranian oil workers,
Oct. 1978. ISAUS.


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We continue in the spirit of this work, featuring their hard-to-find and under-publicized sites and articles here in Nonviolence Web Upfront!



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Artists are witnesses of their time. They reflect the events swirling around them. Their work is formed in the labors of giving birth—a mixed blessing of joy and suffering, of the ecstasy and agony of forging out of the artist’s substance an image that mirrors their existence against the background of their time, our time.

—Fritz Eichenberg, Artist on the Witness Stand

Thanks to Marquerite Helen, Jim Casteris, Mazin Qumsiyeh, Dinah Starr, Shawn McGivern, Esther Murer (Types & Shadows), American Friends Service Committee (New England region), Lisa Taylor, Teresa Williams, Frank Houde, Louise Dunlap, Meck Groot, Tracy Marks, Bob Schiel and others for leading me to many of these sites.

The views of what's linked are not necessarily those of the website manager, Skip Schiel