Kathy Kelly

Kathy Kelly is a peace activist whose effort have at times led her into war zones and U.S. prisons. She is the author of Other Lands Have Dreams published by CounterPunch / AK Press. She can be reached at: Kathy@vcnv.org 

Blood for Oil

About Suffering: A Massacre of the Innocents in Yemen

Like a Rocket in the Garden: the Unending War in Afghanistan

Reversal: Boeing’s Flow of Blood

Yemen: a Torrent of Suffering in a Time of Siege

Battleground States

Weapons that Protect White Privilege Prevent Sustainable Community Change

Beating Swords to Plowshares

Our Disaster: Why the United States Bears Responsibility for Yemen’s Humanitarian Crisis

“He’s Got Eight Numbers, Just Like Everybody Else”

Stop Tightening the Screws: a Humanitarian Message on Sanctions

An Eyewitness to the Horrors of the US ‘Forever Wars’ Speaks Out

Camp Bucca, Abu Ghraib and the Rise of Extremism in Iraq

Trident is the Crime

Taking Next Steps Toward Nuclear Abolition

Death, Misery and Bloodshed in Yemen

The Wounds of War in Afghanistan

The Ongoing Dread in Gaza: So Many Names, So Many Lives

Remnants of War

An Honorable Course in Iran: End Sanctions, Resume Dialogue

‘Every War Is a War Against Children’

Can We Divest from Weapons Dealers?

Judging U.S. War Crimes

What it Really Takes to Secure Peace in Afghanistan

Defying War and Defining Peace in Afghanistan