Facts, fiction, and truth (book review)
Sun, Rivera (2020). Winds of change: A revolution of dandelions and democracy. El Prado, NM: Rising Sun Pressworks. First, Winds
Beyond Polarization
Michael K. Duffey is the author of War No More: An Introduction to Nonviolent Struggles for Justice (Rowman and Littlefield,
Marquette students honored with Student Activist Award
The Marquette University Black Student Union 2020 Summer Working Group was honored with a 2021 Student Activist Award from the
Why Peace is Possible
The Ripon College Center for Politics and the People hosted a webinar on February 25, 2021, called “Why Peace is
Can Islam Coexist with Democracy?
Ripon College, a WIPCS member institution, and its Center for Politics and the People, hosted a webinar on “Can Islam
The Transformative Power of Student-Activists
WIPCS hosted a spring virtual event for students, The Transformative Power of Student-Activists: Challenges and Consequences of Students Creating Change,
Marquette University Peace Works Supports Milwaukee Students During Covid-19 and Remote Learning
Marquette University Center for Peacemaking Peace Works team In mid-March 2020, shortly after the World Health Organization (WHO) declared COVID-19
Nitrate Pollution in the Private Wells of Wisconsin
Jake Jansen is a graduate student in the Master’s of Sustainable Peacebuilding program at UW-Milwaukee. Summary: Nitrate pollution in private
Homegrown Hate and Domestic Terrorism panel discussion 2/10/2021
Follow this link to view the video from this program.