Not a definition, but a working draft description of peace to open conversations and begin dialogue.
A vigil has been unveiled for Canada’s longest war. But who is the audience? Commentary in Ottawa Citizen by Queen’s University historian Ian McKay and Kingston writer Jamie, authors of Warrior Nation: Rebranding Canada in an Age of Anxiety, shortlisted for the 2012 J.W. Dafoe Book Prize for writing that contributes to an understanding of […]
White is a symbol of non-combat. White is the colour of the hundreds of thousands of crosses in war cemeteries. War supporters pinned white feathers on men who were not in uniform during World War I to shame them. White poppies were adopted by the “No More War” movement of the 1920s. The white poppy […]