On the Sentencing – and Courage – of Daniel Hale
Artist Robert Shetterly comments on the courage of Daniel Hale, who was prosecuted for exposing government documents about drone strikes.
The Elusive Truths of Democracy
Shetterly’s reflections on John Nichols’ new book about Henry Wallace and his advocacy for true democracy after the end of the Depression.
The Alchemy of Turning Protest to Affirmation
How protest becomes affirmation.
The Murder of George Floyd: The Longest Running Play in America
Why the murder of George Floyd reflects American history.
Thomas Jefferson: One Man, Two Legacies
Questions raised by the display of AWTT portraits at Monticello.
The Coronavirus and Why We Have Government
How our government has failed us during the coronavirus epidemic – and a call to action.
George W’s Innocence Project
I’ve got a stone in my shoe. It’s been there for 18 painful years. I can’t seem to accommodate myself to it. Because every so
To Stand Up a Stone
Artist Robert Shetterly contemplates how acts of courage are like standing up stones.
Who Will Save Us from the Climate Crisis?
From Robert Shetterly’s opening address at the Climate Convergence Conference in Blue Hill, Maine on July 20, 2019. I begin with Gauguin’s great painting which