Missy Crutchfield: “Egypt’s #R4BIA Is the Sign for Human Rights, Democracy, Freedom & Social Justice For All”

Just as the “Two Fingers” were held up as a sign of peace in the Sixties, Egypt’s “Four Fingers” #R4BIA sign has now become today’s sign for freedom and democracy worldwide. Fellow American Citizens: If you are trying to understand some of what has been happening in Egypt, this is a good start. This is […]

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Exclusive! The Origin of the “Be the Change” Movement

Missy Crutchfield Editor-in-Chief Gandhi’s Be Magazine Melissa Turner Executive Editor Gandhi’s Be Magazine Editor’s Note: As we celebrate the Season of Light and the Season of the Greatest Gift, we reflect on Mahatma Gandhi’s famous words and his philosophy of nonviolence which was inspired by Christ’s “Sermon on the Mount” and shares a message of […]

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Gandhi’s Be Magazine turns 5 today! Become Part of the Story

“A Journey of a Thousand Miles Begins With a Single Step”             Gandhi’s Be Magazine turns 5 today! We are writing to share this happy news with you because you have been an important part of this journey and we want to thank you for your incredible support throughout the […]

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A Change in Paradigm 2.0 – 11/11/2014 1am “I am”

Editor’s Note: Celebrating 5 years of Gandhi’s Be Magazine, we introduce A Change in Paradigm 2.0. CLICK HERE to read the original “Change in Paradigm” published on the launch of Gandhi’s Be Magazine on 11/11/2009 1am “I am.”  

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Missy Crutchfield: “Checkpoint. The West creates the darkness, then blames the darkness”

The Muslims are not the enemy. The Jews are not the enemy. The Hindus and Buddhists are not the enemy. And, the Christians are not the enemy. The enemy is ignorance and intolerance. The enemy is darkness of the mind and of the heart. Let’s take a real look at the insanity in the world. […]

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Treehugger: “Farmworkers call on consumers to boycott Driscoll’s berries”

(Treehugger) Until their employer agrees to negotiate fairly, farmworkers in Washington state want consumers to avoid all Driscoll’s, Häagen-Dazs and Yoplait products that contain berries grown on the notorious Sakuma Brothers farm. Farm workers in Washington state are fighting for fairer pay and better treatment, and they need support from consumers. These workers, who pick strawberries […]

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PBS: “White Millennials are products of a failed lesson in colorblindness”

(PBS) What I’d like to believe from my observations in the streets of Ferguson and New York City at the height of the Black Lives Matter protests is that, among young white people, there is a real awakening around issues of racial justice. Indeed, the number of white people who have shown up, marched, carried signs, […]

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Jewish Voice for Peace: “This is a turning point, we need your voice.”

(Jewish Voice for Peace) This is a turning point, we need your voice. Passover provides an opportunity to reflect on our commitment to liberation for all peoples. At seder’s around the world this weekend, Jews will re-tell a story of a journey from oppression to liberation – one that demands both courage and clarity. Almost 10,000 […]

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Animal Equality: “The Man Who Lives Alone In A Radioactive Town To Care For The Abandoned Animals”

(Animal Equality) In 2011, Fukushima, Japan was evacuated due to a radioactive meltdown of a nuclear plant caused by an earthquake and tsunami. Matsumura, who is a former construction worker, built and repaired areas for the animals to reside in safely. He spends his days exploring his deserted town, feeding and caring for the animals with […]

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RT News: “‘Violence extremely high': EU report slams Israel for settlement building in Jerusalem”

(RT News) An EU report suggests Jerusalem has reached a dangerous boiling point of ‘polarization and violence.’ The account, published by the Guardian, says the EU may take a tougher line against Israel as it continues to build illegal settlements in the city. The report is prepared annually by the European countries’ missions in Jerusalem, who […]

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Electronicintifada: “Video: Palestine-Hong Kong hip-hop collaboration ‘Gaza Open Your Heart'”

(Electronicintifada) I’ve long been a fan of Palestinian hip-hop duo Revolution Makers, brothers Osama and Mohammed Elsusi, ever since I heard them perform live in Gaza City in 2013. Their latest video is a collaboration with Hong Kong musician Barry Lam. Switching between English, Arabic and Chinese – with English subtitles throughout – “Gaza Open Your […]

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Business Standard: “Annual Gandhi Salt March held in Durban”

(Business Standard) Over 2,000 people from all walks of life joined the annual Salt March here to commemorate the struggle for freedom and peace by Mahatma Gandhi and South African Nobel Laureate Albert Luthuli. The march which was held yesterday is modelled on Gandhi’s famous civil disobedience movement, Salt Saytagraha march of April 1930 in […]

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Petition of the Week: “Human Rights Watch: Tell Obama: Don’t Look the Other Way. Justice Must Be Delivered.”

(Human Rights Watch) Sign the petition calling on the Obama administration to order a full criminal investigation into torture and other serious abuses authorized by George W. Bush, Dick Cheney, and other senior US officials. CIA officials knew from the beginning that so-called enhanced interrogation techniques were illegal. Rather than letting this go as an unfortunate […]

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Electronicintifada: “Israel advocacy group pressured Missouri museum to cancel Ferguson-Palestine event”

(Electronicintifada) The Missouri History Museum canceled a recent panel discussion on Ferguson, Ayotzinapa and Palestine due to pressure from the Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC) to remove Palestine from the event, according to a cache of emails released by the St. Louis chapter of Jewish Voice For Peace. The JCRC is a national organization with an […]

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Video: “Prince Ea: Why I think this world should end”

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Treehugger: “Why Meat Free Week should be called ‘Eat More Vegetables Week'”

(Treehugger) Meat-eaters are unlikely to have a vegetarian epiphany while going cold tofurkey for a week. But if the focus were on the glory of vegetables, and how awesome vegetarianism or flexitarianism can be, then perhaps it would be more effective. It’s Meat Free Week in the U.K. right now. Anyone who wants to try their […]

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Amnesty International: “Open your arms to Syria’s refugees”

(Amnesty International) Syria is a long way from Sweden – geographically and culturally. This story bridges both worlds. In 2013, Mahmoud, Jamila and their twin sons Mazen and Bilal fled their home in Syria. “Rockets fell everywhere,” Jamila explains. “We saw dead bodies in the streets. I felt like we were not human beings anymore.” Nine […]

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Al Jazeera: “Denim Blues”

The Chinese city of Xintang, known as the world’s jeans capital, is home to an industry tainted by labour rights abuses. (Al Jazeera) What does it take to produce a pair of jeans? 101 East travels to the Chinese city of Xintang, known as the jeans capital of the world, and exposes a dirty, dangerous industry. […]

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The Shalom Center: “Freedom Pushing Through”

(The Shalom Center) For some, plants that grow in the cracks of the sidewalk are weeds. One year I was greeted with something unexpected. In the herb bed that curves around my front entry I had planted parsley seeds. Not nearly as many sprouted as I had planted, but as the season unfolded, I was […]

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Grist: “Obama orders the federal government to cut carbon emissions”

(Grist) President Barack Obama once again used his executive authority to mandate action on climate change, the White House announced this morning. Today, Obama signed an executive order directing the federal government to reduce its carbon footprint by 40 percent below 2008 levels within a decade. The White House announcement also includes carbon-reduction commitments from […]

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NYTimes: “Netanyahu Tactics Anger Many U.S. Jews, Deepening a Divide”

  (NYTimes) Long before the latest election in Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu was a polarizing figure among American Jews. But even many of his supporters said this week that they were appalled at his last-minute bid to mobilize Jewish voters by warning that Arabs were going to the polls in droves, and his renunciation of a two-state […]

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