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Colman McCarthy

Colman McCarthy teaches courses in nonviolence at the Georgetown University law school and the University of Maryland, where he is an adjunct professor, and as an early-morning volunteer at Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School. In 1985, he founded the Center for Teaching Peace to provide course syllabuses and in some cases, teachers — for schools around the country.

— From July 1991
Essays, Memoirs, & True Stories

Celebrating A Massacre

U.S. bomber pilots destroyed or incapacitated eighteen of Iraq’s twenty electrical power plants. The link between that and children dying today was explained by the Harvard team: “Without electricity, water cannot be purified, sewage cannot be treated, waterborne diseases flourish, and hospitals cannot cure treatable illnesses.”

July 1991
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