When we reduce humans to THEM, we are dealing with a caricature of a people, issue or event, ignoring all nuance and the possibility of multiple perspectives. These essays add dimension and texture to very complex situations, dispelling the simple notion that THEY are THEM.
The Most Dangerous Four-Letter Word
The Four C’s for Combatting THEMification
Stories from the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington
Hebron: Through the Looking Glass
Palestinian Non-Violent Resistance: Budrus On Land Day
Reflections on a Visit to North Korea
Walking the Abraham Path to Christian, Jewish and Muslim Understanding