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Jonathan Reed is a 20-something native of Atlanta and a student at Columbia College in Chicago, and he wrote the palindrome below about himself and his peers, the so-called Lost Generation. As depressing as it is when you read it as written, it is just as uplifting in reverse. To reverse it, read line by line from the bottom up.


The Lost Generation
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On November 7, 2008, a news article was published about Bullies Enjoy Being Mean, which describes a scientific study of brain activity of aggressive children watching videos of someone inflicting pain on another person. The article supports my belief that humans become addicted to aggression-produced brain chemistry in the same way that they become addicted to drugs. read more »

I want to share with this community an opportunity to support the growing demand for a U.S. Department of Peace and Nonviolence. There is currently an online event taking place at www.Change.org that is asking for the top 10 "Ideas for Change in America'.

Ranked # 1 in the category of Other, is "Appoint Secretary of Peace in Department of Peace" read more »

There's so much positive energy with the Propeace movement and approach verses the "anti" approaches. I came across a video from a young group called Blue-Eyed Sisters which made me think and decide to actually DO something besides "think." Here's the link if you wish to check it out:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iRQTCKPjiSk read more »

As the Imagining Ourselves exhibit closes it's current Motherhood project (a campaign to promote safer motherhood around the world)we are holding a Call for Submissions for our October film festival. Please be sure to join us for the launch of the Image and identity exhibit on July 5th, 2007 at http://imaginingourselves.imow.org read more »

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