PAUL ROGAT LOEB, is the author of Soul of a Citizen: Living With Conviction in a Cynical Time - http://www.soulofacitizen.org
He has written on social involvement for The New York Times, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, Psychology Today, Utne Reader, Redbook, Parents magazine, Christian Science Monitor, Mother Jones, Salon, the Village Voice, National Catholic Reporter, and the International Herald Tribune. He's been interviewed on CNN, NPR, PBS, C-SPAN, NBC TV, the BBC, American Urban radio, and national German, Canadian and Australian radio. He's lectured on over 300 college campuses and at numerous national conferences. In addition to Soul of a Citizen, he's the author of Generation at the Crossroads: Apathy and Action on the American Campus (Rutgers University Press, 1994), of Nuclear Culture, and of Hope in Hard Times. Loeb is also an associated scholar at Seattle's Center for Ethical Leadership and board chair of Peace Action of Washington state. He's completing a new anthology on political hope.
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Time To Act
For most of us, our community activism will inevitably be squeezed into whatever hours we have remaining after we earn what we need to get by. For over half a century, these hours have been diminishing, as our work takes over more and more of our lives.