Roger Keeran, a labor and policy studies coordinator at the Harry Van Arsdale Jr. Center for Labor Studies in New York, explains what McCarthyism was and was not during the 50′s
Barry Gan, from St. Bonaventure University, answers the question in 4 parts: 1.- Focus on local issues. 2.- Focus on Non-cooperation or civil disobedience, not on law breaking and violent confrontation. 3.- Define and pursue a clear alternative. 4.- Offer a choice: Do as I wish, or make me suffer.
He added that Peace activists should recognize that there is good and evil in everyone of us, and that the focus should be not on peace, but on “non-violence” .
Prof. John Ryan talks about his experience in Afghanistan when there was a progressive secular government who enacted progressive reforms and gave equal rights to women.Dr. Ryan answers the question, “What happened to that Government?”
Prof. John Ryan talks about his experience in Afghanistan when there was a progressive secular government who enacted progressive reforms and gave equal rights to women. He explains how this happen and what reforms they brought in. All photos in the video were taken by John Ryan during his time in Afghanistan.