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Blessed are the Peacemakers

On Jan. 21, 2005, more than 50 governments meeting in Geneva agreed unanimously on a new treaty to ban the use of children in combat. More than 300,000 children under the age of eighteen are currently participating in armed conflicts around the globe. read more »

June 30, 2005

Children and Poverty: An Episcopal Initiative

Child sacrifice has been taboo among the worlds great religions for at least 3,000 years, yet today children are being sacrificed to the gods of consumerism, violence, and neglect. Economic justice, racial and ethnic and religious hatred, and the abuse of political power are resulting in genocide of the worlds most vulnerable citizens, children who live in poverty. read more »

January 14, 2004

America’s Children at Risk

A child's normal developmental stages create windows of vulnerability. Any child may be harmed by exposure to toxicants in his or her environment. Pollution and environmental degradation know no border and must be stopped. read more »

by Lisa Bland Malone
on January 14, 2004

Tax Credits Plan Ignores Millions of Children

Child sacrifice has been taboo among the worlds great religions for at least 3,000 years, yet today children are being sacrificed to the gods of consumerism, violence, and neglect. Economic justice, racial and ethnic and religious hatred, and the abuse of political power are resulting in genocide of the worlds most vulnerable citizens, children who live in poverty. read more »

January 14, 2004

GBCS Urges Bush to Create a Healthy Environment for All Children

In a statement delivered at the National Press Club in Washington, John Hill, Program Director for Environmental Concerns at GBCS, called on the Bush administration to "protect all children from environmental health threats." read more »

January 14, 2004

Who Would Kill Our Neighbors Children so that Ours Might Live?

Child sacrifice has been taboo among the worlds great religions for at least 3,000 years, yet today children are being sacrificed to the gods of consumerism, violence, and neglect. Economic justice, racial and ethnic and religious hatred, and the abuse of political power are resulting in genocide of the worlds most vulnerable citizens, children who live in poverty. read more »

by Annie J. Heart
on January 14, 2004

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