injustice

Learning from Injustice While Living Overseas

by Editor on September 4, 2018

This piece is being posted anonymously so as not to disrespect the writer’s host country or its authorities. I was waiting in my car at the intersection, watching the policeman directing traffic. He looked in my direction and started walking towards me. Uh oh, I inwardly groaned. What is it this time? I put down […]

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Complicit no matter what we do? So was Jesus.

by Craig Greenfield on January 17, 2018

Ever get the feeling you’ll be complicit in injustice no matter what you do? I remember finding out that slave-labor was used to build natural-gas pipelines in Burma. Thousands of slaves were involved in clearing the land and in construction work along the 65km pipeline. So, of course I decided to boycott the French and British […]

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