Search Results: 'anti-war protests'

Search

×
×
×
×
42 results for "anti-war protests"
The Anti-Irish Riots of Philadelphia 1844 By George Holmes
Paperback: $19.27
Prints in 3-5 business days
The middle of the 19th century was a particularly lawless and turbulent time for American cities, and Philadelphia with its very diverse population was one of the most violent. Irish immigrants... More > were the victims of a great deal of bigoted stereotyping, usually portrayed as ignorant, brawling drunkards. Worse, they were a “foreign” element not to be trusted. Their loyalty was not to their new nation but to a “Papist” church, its “evil priests” and “despotic Pope.” Inflammatory anti-Catholic pamphlets proclaimed that once the Irish population was large enough, they would take over America. Riots were commonplace, but the bloodiest riots of the era, without question, exploded in the summer of 1844 when Protestant “Native Americans” battled Irish Catholics in a two-part street war that left about 25 dead and more than 100 wounded and injured. Two large Catholic churches, a rectory and a seminary were burned to the ground and scores of houses set on fire.< Less
The Jam War By Sarah Jackson
Paperback: $18.00
Prints in 3-5 business days
The Jam War is a story about sharing, uniting the world, and (as you might have suspected) it's a story about jam.
The Stone Age By Barry Klemm
eBook (ePub): $13.99
A naive insurance clerk is drafted in 1966 and ends up a fierce combat soldier in Vietnam. Then they send him home again and expect him to adjust to his former blissful life, but it is impossible.
The Stone Age By Barry Klemm
Hardcover: $43.70
Prints in 3-5 business days
A naive insurance clerk is drafted in 1966 and ends up a fierce combat soldier in Vietnam. Then they send him home again and expect him to adjust to his former blissful life, but it is impossible.
Conscience Behind Bars By Norman Lowry
Paperback: $5.00
Prints in 3-5 business days
Arrested for his acts of faith-inspired civil disobedience, Norman Lowry reflects from his prison cell on what it means to follow Jesus in a culture of perpetual war-making.
Hunger - The Photographs of Jeremy Hogan By Jeremy Hogan
eBook (PDF): $25.00
Photographs and words by photographer Jeremy Hogan. Hunger is a Journey to find the real in a post-modern world. Photographer Jeremy Hogan, the son of a Vietnam Veteran, began making photographs at... More > the age of 14. His introduction to photography was the beginning of a journey which would take him around the world. Years later, he edited the photos from his many journeys and culled words from journals to create this book which explores one of the central themes in the history of photography - do images tell the truth and what truths do they tell? Are documentary photographs objective records of fact or are they something more? Hunger starts with the reality of the Vietnam War's consequences on the photographer's father, the son of Arkansas sharecroppers, and takes off from there to explore themes as disparate as punks, Tibetans, war protests, Mongolia, Belarus, Nicaragua, suburbia and Generation X.< Less
Hunger - The Photographs of Jeremy Hogan By Jeremy Hogan
Paperback: $60.27
Prints in 3-5 business days
Photographs and words by photographer Jeremy Hogan. Hunger is a Journey to find the real in a post-modern world. Photographer Jeremy Hogan, the son of a Vietnam Veteran, began making photographs at... More > the age of 14. His introduction to photography was the beginning of a journey which would take him around the world. Years later, he edited the photos from his many journeys and culled words from journals to create this book which explores one of the central themes in the history of photography - do images tell the truth and what truths do they tell? Are documentary photographs objective records of fact or are they something more? Hunger starts with the reality of the Vietnam War's consequences on the photographer's father, the son of Arkansas sharecroppers, and takes off from there to explore themes as disparate as punks, Tibetans, war protests, Mongolia, Belarus, Nicaragua, suburbia and Generation X.< Less
Eight Candles of Consciousness: Essays on Jewish Nonviolence By Rabbi Yonassan Gershom
eBook (PDF): $5.00
(1 Ratings)
Rabbi Yonassan Gershom, vegetarian and lifelong pacifist, shares his best anti-war articles, thoughts, poems and memories from 40 years of peace activism. Includes his nonviolent Hanukkah service,... More > "Eight Candles of Consciousness"; his anti-Kahane protest actions in the 1980s; essays on ecology and Judaism; why he supports gay rights; how he became a vegetarian; thoughts, essays, stories, prayers, anecdotes and quotes on peace. A fascinating retrospective, woven together in a personal style that combines good scholarship with easy reading. Accessible to both Jews and Gentiles, this anthology will forever change your ideas about Judaism and nonviolence.< Less
Eight Candles of Consciousness: Essays on Jewish Nonviolence By Rabbi Yonassan Gershom
eBook (ePub): $7.00
Rabbi Yonassan Gershom, vegetarian and lifelong pacifist, shares his best anti-war articles, thoughts, poems and memories from 40 years of peace activism. Includes his nonviolent Hanukkah service,... More > "Eight Candles of Consciousness"; his anti-Kahane protest actions in the 1980s; essays on ecology and Judaism; why he supports gay rights; how he became a vegetarian; thoughts, essays, stories, prayers, anecdotes and quotes on peace. A fascinating retrospective, woven together in a personal style that combines good scholarship with easy reading. Accessible to both Jews and Gentiles, this anthology will forever change your ideas about Judaism and nonviolence.< Less
Eight Candles of Consciousness: Essays on Jewish Nonviolence By Rabbi Yonassan Gershom
Paperback: List Price: $11.99 $10.19 | You Save: 15%
Prints in 3-5 business days
(1 Ratings)
Rabbi Yonassan Gershom, vegetarian and lifelong pacifist, shares his best anti-war articles, thoughts, poems and memories from 40 years of peace activism. Includes his nonviolent Hanukkah service,... More > "Eight Candles of Consciousness"; his anti-Kahane protest actions in the 1980s; essays on ecology and Judaism; why he supports gay rights; how he became a vegetarian; thoughts, essays, stories, prayers, anecdotes and quotes on peace. A fascinating retrospective, woven together in a personal style that combines good scholarship with easy reading. Accessible to both Jews and Gentiles, this anthology will forever change your ideas about Judaism and nonviolence.< Less

Top 10

see more >
 
1
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
6
Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
Paperback: $21.60