Robert Koehler

Robert Koehler is a Chicago award-winning journalist and editor.

Artifial Morality

Re-Inhabiting Planet Earth

The Squirming Buddha

Are You White, Black or Human?

The Music That’s in All of Us

Jim Crow in the Game

Disarmament, Not Low-Grade Nukes

A Green Future is One Without War

A Loose Canon for Peace

Border Security?

The Demonic Suction Tube

The New Abnormal

The Issues That Won’t Go Away

Lives that Matter?

Mass Murder and American History

Climate Change and Collective Salvation

From Carswell to Kavanaugh

The Curse of Eve

The Accusation That Wouldn’t Go Away

Keeping Racism Alive at the Polls

Healing in North Lawndale

Revisiting the Spirit of 1968

Recreating the Wilderness

Poverty, Violence and Spiritual Wildfires

Border Security: Wall vs. Principles

A World Designed by Playground Bullies

Guns and Racism, on the Rocks

Womp, Womp, Racism in a Cage

Valuing Life More than Borders

The Nuclear Status Quo

The Great Waking Up

The American Way of War: Evolution Stops Here

Empowering Kids Instead of Arming Them

Two Prongs of a Pitchfork

Let the Prayer Continue

Peace and the Nuclear Paradox

Can We Unlock the Golden Door?

Playing War in Syria

Lynching, Past and Present

Rethinking the Whole Country

Change is Coming, From the Youth

Normalizing Violence

Breaking the Ice

Melting Ice of the Human Heart

The Cheapening of Human Life

War and Poverty: A Compromise with Hell

Yemen’s Crisis Belong to All of Us

Governing by Scapegoat

The Wisdom of Mass Salvation

The Button, the Wall and the Myth of Nations