An excerpt from Beacon Press Director Helene Atwan's remarks at the announcement of The King Legacy, a new partnership between Beacon Press and the Estate of Martin Luther King Jr.
14 posts from May 2009
Beacon Press announces its new partnership with the Estate of Martin Luther King Jr.
Fred Pearce discusses why "over-consumers" do more damage than "over-breeders."
Alexis Rizzuto, an assistant editor at Beacon Press, discusses a recent nature outing that didn't turn out exactly as hoped.
Philip C. Winslow examines the persistent dangers cluster munitions pose for civilians during and long after the wars in which they are used.
A child's hurt feelings lead to a deeper discussion of the effects of war at home.
As same-sex marriage in Massachusetts approaches its five-year mark, Karen Kahn takes a look at marriage equality in New England and beyond.
A few interesting tidbits from around the web.
Kathryn Joyce reflects on a recent "honor" bestowed on her, her book, and Beacon Press from the leader of Vision Forum Ministries.
Amy Seidl looks at the signs of spring and sees ecosystems in flux.
Susan Campbell looks at the National Day of Prayer.
Lillian Rubin looks at the societal and psychological damage caused by torture.
A selection of distractions and items of interest.
Little League celebrates its 70th anniversary, and Mark Hyman looks at the ways the organization has changed over the years.