Africa's Hour and other speeches
‘It is a revolutionary concept which includes the whole of humanity'
A true story of hurt, hate and hope, from Kenya and South Africa
A long way from Tipperary: a memoir
This delightful book leaves the reader feeling both uplifted, and better informed.
"Caux is the place!"
How the international Caux conference centre was born.
Race and Repentance
More than 30 years after the death of Martin Luther King Jr, America is still divided along racial lines. Why?
How Far Has Equality Come Since Brown?
Brown v Board of Education became a watershed case. Mountains of hope rested on its bold, principled conclusion.
If Every Child Were My Child
'Integration has not failed America; America has failed integration,' said social psychologist Thomas F Pettigrew.
Diversity a Matchless Plus
While African-Americans continue to bear the brunt of most discrimination and abuse, other minorities suffer too.
Repairing the Levees of Trust
The hurricane and its horrifying aftermath may prove to be the tipping point that causes Americans to rethink our values.
The city of Richmond, Virginia, is the former capital of the Southern Confederacy.
In a Town Called Fulda
We passed each other every morning. She went to the Jewish school. I went to the town school.
Across the Himalayas of Hate
I met men and women with sore wounds of flesh and spirit. Each finds his or her suffering very real.
Her Father Was Buried Alive
Her father, pioneer farmer Gray Leakey, was buried alive with satanic rites by a Mau Mau gang on the slopes of Mount Kenya.
It is the behaviour of some of his white compatriots that at times causes him to question whether he really belongs in Britain.
History and All That Jazz
CHARLESTON, on the coast of South Carolina, USA, abounds with Southern charm. Jazz has become part of its history..
Alec Smith (1949-2006)
Rhodesian-born, Alec Smith became a chaplain in the Zimbabwean army.
Now I Call Him Brother
Rhodesia's transition to Zimbabwe, through the eyes of a privileged actor in the process.
Fresh hope for the world
'Only a change in men’s own motives and living can bring hope for a truly peaceful co-operation between the nations.’