The Arduous Road to Peace and Prosperity

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In this anthology, author Jennie Siat Bev expresses her concerns over various social, political, and economic issues. This vocal human rights and housing activist chronicles her analyses and opinions previously published in The Jakarta Post, The Jakarta Globe, Asia Sentinel, Asia News Network, The Korea Times, The Brunei Times, Media Bistro, Women’s International Perspectives, USA Rise Up, Tracy Press, and the inserts to New York Daily News, Chicago Tribune, Washington Post, Kansas City Star and St. Louis Post-Dispatch, among others. Bev said, “The voice in my columns is of an oppressed, of one who is perceived as ‘weak,’ but has chosen to stand up and thrive. It reflects the agony of a triple oppressed in Indonesia. And this voice has found a new standing ground in the United States, the home of the oppressed who are given a new lease on life.” The road to peace, nonviolence, and nonkilling is an arduous one, and so is the road to prosperity.
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First Edition
Afton Institute, LLC
October 1, 2011
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