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Co-Author, Prisoner Human Rights Advocacy, Loyola University New Orleans Journal of Public Interest Law, 2014.

Author, “Ten Questions for Social Change Lawyers” Loyola University Chicago School of Law Public Interest Journal, forthcoming 2012;

Author, “Afterword,” in Rosalie Riegle, DOING TIME FOR PEACE: Resistance, Family and Community (Vanderbilt 2012);

Author, “Haiti Earthquake Response Justice Issues,” Arkansas Journal for Social Change, February 2012.  http://ualr.edu/socialchange/2012/02/26/haiti-where-is-the-money/

Author, “Racism The Crime in Criminal Justice,” 13 Loyola Journal Public Interest Law 417 (2012);

Author, “Justice and Law: The One Hundred Year Rule,” 15 City University of New York Law Review 1 (2011); Justice Law 100 Year Rule article here.

Author, “Twenty Examples of the Obama Administration Assault on Domestic Civil Liberties,” a chapter in the forthcoming book, HOPELESS: BARACK OBAMA AND THE POLITICS OF ILLUSION, edited by Jeffrey St. Clair (AK Press 2012);

Author, “Fourteen Examples of Racism in the Criminal Justice System,” reprinted in textbooks edited by Mark Stohr and Anthony Walsh, CORRECTIONS: The Essentials (2011 SAGE Publications) and CORRECTIONS: A Text/Reader (2011 SAGE Publications);

Author, “Challenging Torture at FortHuachuca and the School of the Americas,” chapter in “THE UNITED STATES AND TORTURE: Interrogation, Incarceration, and Abuse, edited by Marjorie Cohn (NYU Press 2011);

Author, “Katrina: A Chance to Do It Right,” chapter in MANDATE FOR CHANGE: Policies and Leadership for 2009 and Beyond, edited by Chester W. Hartman (Lexington Books 2009);

Author, STORMS STILL RAGING: Katrina, New Orleans and Social Justice (2008);

Author, “What Katrina Revealed,” Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy (2008);

Author, “Showing Conviction at Echo 9,” chapter in Joshua Frank & Jeffrey St. Clair RED STATE REBELS: Tales of Grassroots Resistance in the Heartland (2008).

  • Author, “Obstacle to Opportunity: Housing that working and poor people can afford in New Orleans since Katrina,” 42 Wake Forest Law Review 393 (2007).
  • Author, “Letter to a Law Student Interested in Social Justice,” 1 DePaul Journal for Social Justice 7 (2007).
  • Author, “Voting Wrongs: New Orleans Voting Problems After Katrina,” Washington & Lee Journal of Civil Rights and Social Justice (forthcoming 2007)
  • Author, “Racial Discrimination and the legal system in the United States: The recent lessons from Louisiana,” United Nations Chronicle 2007, distributed in six languages, (forthcoming September 2007)
  • Author, “Human Rights Trump Property Rights – Lawyers Are Called to Become Revolutionaries,” Guild Practitioner, Fall 2007 (forthcoming)
  • Author, Chapter on the Right to Return in BRINGING HUMAN RIGHTS HOME TO AMERICA, edited by Cynthia Soohoo, Catherine Albisa, Martha F. Davis. (Forthcoming 2007)
  • Author, “Challenging Torture at Fort Huachuca and the School of the Americas,” chapter in book on Torture (forthcoming 2007).
  • Author, “Letter to a Law Student Interested in Social Justice,” DePaul Journal for Social Justice. Here.
  • Author of Book Review, “There is no such thing as a Natural Disaster,” 41 Clearinghouse Review: Journal of Poverty Law and Policy 99 (May-June 2007);
  • Author, “Obstacle to Opportunity: Housing that working and poor people can afford in New Orleans since Katrina,” 42 Wake Forest Law Review 393 (2007).
  • Author, “Thirteen Ways of Looking at Katrina: Human and Civil Rights,” 81 Tulane Law Review 955 (2007).
  • Author, “The Case for Closing the School of the Americas“, Brigham Young Journal of Public Law, 20 BYU J. Pub. L. 1, 2006
  • Author , “Revolutionary Lawyering: Addressing the Root Causes of Poverty and Wealth” Washington University Law School Journal of Law and Policy, Volume 20, 2006
  • Author , “Make No Mistake: Peace, Justice, and Love For The Gospel Tells Us So,” in Neil Paynter & Helen Boothroyd, editors, HOLY GROUND: Liturgies and worship resources for an engaged community (Wild Goose Publications, Glasgow 2005)
  • Author , “Reflections from the Journals of Prosecution Clinic Students” University of Mississippi Law Journal, (2005)
  • Author, “Enforcing International Law Through Civil Disobedience: The Trial of the St. Patrick’s Four,” in Jeremy Brecher, Jill Cutler and Brendan Smith, IN THE NAME OF DEMOCRACY: American War Crimes in Iraq and Beyond (Metropolitan Books, Henry Holt and Company, New York 2005).
  • Author , “The Story of the Trial of the St. Patrick’s Four: Jury Votes 9-3 to Acquit Peace Activists Despite Admission They Poured Blood in Military Recruiting Center” 61 Guild Practitioner, Number 2, 110, Spring 2004 (published November 2004).
  • Author , “Catholic Social Thought on Work and Prisons,” 44 Santa Clara University Law Review 1159 (2004)
  • Author , “Catholic Social Thought and the Amorality of Corporations: Time to Remove Corporate Personhood,” in 5 Loyola University Journal of Public Interest Law 109 (2004).
  • Author , Book Review, Human Rights Review, John H. Scott, WITNESS TO THE TRUTH: My Struggle for Human Rights in Louisiana (Spring 2004)
  • Author , “Seven Principles for Catholic Law Schools Serious About A Preferential Option for the Poor,” 1 St. Thomas University Law Journal 128 (2003)
  • Author , “Ending Poverty by Creating a Constitutional Right to a Living Wage,” JURIST, September 24, 2003. Reprinted in OPPOSING VIEWPOINTS: Social Justice (OVPSJ) 2005.
  • Author , “The Necessity Defense in Civil Disobedience Cases: Bring in the Jury” 38 New England Journal of Law 3 (2003).  Quigley____necessity_defense.
  • Author , “Just Compensation,” Encyclopedia of Bioethics, 3rd edition, (Macmillan Reference USA 2003)
  • Author , ENDING POVERTY: Guaranteeing a Right to a Job at a Living Wage (Temple University Press, 2003)
  • Author , “America, Yes! War, No.” JURIST, November 12, 2002
  • Author , “The earliest years of Federal Social Welfare Legislation: Federal Poor Relief Prior to the Civil War,” 79 University of Detroit Mercy Law Review 157 (2002).
  • Author , “Full-time Workers Should Not Be Poor: The Living Wage Movement,” 36 University of Mississippi Law Journal 889 (2001). Reprinted in WORK LAW: Cases and Materials (Lexis 2005).
  • Author , “Due Process Rights for Grade School Students Facing High-Stakes Testing,” 10 Boston U Public Law Journal 284 (2001)
  • Author , “Predictions for Poverty Law,” 47 Louisiana Bar Journal 407 (February 2000)
  • Author , “The Demise of Law Reform and the Triumph of Legal Aid: Congress and the Legal Services Corporation from the 1960’s to the 1990’s,” 17 St. Louis Public Law Journal 241-264 (1998) [reprinted in part in West Publishing Company casebook SOCIAL JUSTICE: PROFESSIONALS, COMMUNITIES AND LAW, by Martha R. Mahoney, John O. Calmore and Stephanie M. Wildman., 4-03] Cited as a reference in Alan W. Houseman and Linda E. Perle, SECURING EQUAL JUSTICE FOR ALL: A Brief History of Civil Legal Assistance in the United States, CLASP (November 2003).
  • Author , “The Right to Work and Earn a Living Wage: A Proposed Constitutional Amendment,” 2 City University of New York Law Review 139-182 (1998) [reprinted in part in West Publishing Company casebook POVERTY LAW, Cases and Materials, Second Edition, edited by Juliet M. Brodie pending 2004]
  • Author , “Backwards to the Future: Welfare Reform in the Millennium Using Poor Law Principles from the Middle Ages,” 9 Stanford Law and Policy Review 101 (1998)
  • Author, “Rumblings of Reform: Northern Poor Laws 1820-1860,” 26 Capital University Law Review 739-774 (1997).  RumblingsReform1820to1860PoorLaws
  • Author, “The Quicksands of the Poor Law: Poor Relief Legislation in a Growing Nation, 1790-1820,” 18 Northern Illinois University Law Review 1-98 (1997).QuicksandsPoorRelief1790to1820.
  • Co-Author, “The Significance of Race: Legislative Racial Discrimination in Louisiana, 1803-1865,” 24 Southern University Law Review 145-205 (1997) RacialDiscriminationLouisianaLegislative1803to1865
  • Author, “Reluctant Charity: Poor Laws in the Original Thirteen States,” 31 U. Richmond Law Review 111-178 (1997).ReluctantCharityPoorLawsOriginal13States
  • Author, “Five Hundred Years of English Poor Laws, 1349-1834: Regulating the Working and Nonworking Poor,” 30 Akron Law Review 73-128 (1996). FiveHundredYearsEnglishPoorLaws
  • Author, “Work or Starve: Colonial American Poor Laws” 31 U. San Francisco Law Review 35-83 (1996). ReluctantCharityPoorLawsOriginal13States
  • Author, “A Fair Day’s Pay for a Fair Day’s Work: Time to Raise and Index the Minimum Wage“, 27 St. Mary’s Journal 513-556 (1996) cited by US Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit in their decision upholding the living wage ordinance of Berkeley CA June 16, 2004. See Rule One Corporation v City of Berkeley, USCA, 9th Cir. 02-15762, June 16, 2004
  • Author, “Primer on Minimum Wage and Overtime Issues Under the Fair Labor Standards Act for Low Wage Workers and Their Advocates“, 29 Clearinghouse Review 925-943 (February 1996).
  • Author, Book Review of The War Against the Poor by Herbert Gans, 1 Detroit College of Law Review 17 (1996).
  • Author, “De-Mythologizing Welfare: Book Review of Faces of Poverty: Portraits of Women and Children on Welfare,” 2 Loyola Poverty Law Journal 179-215 (1996).
  • Author, “Louis Westerfield, 1949-1996” Black Issues in Higher Education, Volume 13, No 16, October 3, 1996, 25.
  • Co-Author, “Remembering Dean Louis Westerfield: Thoughts from Friends, Colleagues, and Former Students,” 42 Loyola Law Review 405, 409-411 (1996)
  • Author, “Introduction to Clinical Teaching for the New Clinical Teacher: A View from the First Floor,” 28 Akron Law Review 463-496 (1995). Used at South Asia Clinical Education Conference 1995; used in conference for South Africa clinical educators at University of Maryland 11-95; used in conference for South America clinical educators by Gonzaga Law School 4-96; translated into Polish 11-96; translated into Chinese 2002; used at AALS New Clinical Teacher Workshops; Introduction to Clinical teaching – Quigley
  • Author, Book Review of The Selling of the South, 1 Loyola Poverty Law Journal 119-124 (1995)
  • Author, “Billing Issues for Legal Services Advocates,” sidebar comments in “Federal Statutory Attorney Fees: Common Issues and Recent Cases,” 28 Clearinghouse Review 752, November 1994.
  • Author, “Reflections of Community Organizers: Lawyering for Empowerment of Community Organizations“, 21 Ohio Northern University Law Review 455-480 (1994). [reprinted in part in West Publishing Company casebook SOCIAL JUSTICE: PROFESSIONALS, COMMUNITIES AND LAW, by Martha R. Mahoney, John O. Calmore and Stephanie M. Wildman., 4-03]
  • Author, “The Unmet Civil Legal Needs of the Poor In Louisiana,” 40 Louisiana Bar Journal 477 (1993)
  • Author, “Affirmative Action: Necessary and Good,” 2 American Constitution Journal of Law and Public Policy 20 (1992)
  • Author, “The Unmet Civil Legal Needs of the Poor in Louisiana,” 19 Southern University Law Review 273-296 (1992)
  • Author, Book Review of Stepping Stones: Successful Advocacy for Children, 37 Loyola Law Review 401 (1991)
  • Author, annually revised course materials for Law and Poverty 1991-present.
  • Author, “Constitutional Law” in Fifth Circuit Symposium, 34 Loyola Law Review 881 (1989)

Other Publications

(Articles were published on Huffington Post, Counterpunch, Truthout, Common Dreams, Black Commentator, Black Agenda Report and numerous other websites globally unless otherwise noted):

Author, “SOA Watch Meets with White House Deputy National Security Advisor,” November 13, 2012;

Author, “Fifteen Issues this Election is NOT About,” September 24, 2012;

Co-Author, “Katrina Pain Index 2012: 7 Years After,” August 24, 2012;

Author, “Five Reasons Drone Assassinations are Illegal,” May 15, 2012;

Author, “Thirteen Ways Government Tracks Us,” April 9, 2012;

Author, “Bradley Manning, Solitary Confinement and Occupy 4 Prisoners,” February 23, 2012;

Author, “Occupying Corporations: How to Cut Corporate Power,” February 6, 2012;

Co-author, “Social Justice Quiz 2012: Thirteen Questions,” January 30, 2012;

Author, “Ten Steps for Radical Revolution in the US,” January 23, 2012;

Author, “Working and Poor in the USA,” January 19, 2012;

Co-author, “Seven Places Where Haiti Earthquake Money Did and Did not Go,” January 3, 2012.  Translated into French, Canadian and Dutch;

Co-author, “Migrant Rights are Human Rights,” December 19, 2011;

Author, “Twenty Examples of the Obama Administration Assault on Domestic Civil Liberties,” December 1, 2011;

Author, “Challenging the Old Boys Network in the Vatican,” October 24, 2011;

Author, “Report from Haiti: Where’s the Money?” October 7, 2011;

Author, “Wave of Illegal, Senseless and Violent Evictions Swells in Port au Prince,” August 24, 2011;

Co-author with Davida Finger, “Katrina Pain Index 2011: Race, gender, poverty” August 22, 2011;

Co-author with Jocelyn Brooks, “Displaced Women Demand Justice in Port au Prince,” June 30, 2011;

Author, “Haiti, 17 Months After the Quake,” June 23, 2011;

Author, “Over Two Thousand Six Hundred Activists Arrested in US Protests,” May 25, 2011;

Author, “Two Grandmothers, Two Priests and a Nun go onto a Nuclear Base: Prison for Peacemakers in Tacoma WA,” March 28, 2011;

Author, “Blind Human Rights Lawyer Beaten and Isolated in Chinese Crackdown,” February 22, 2011;

Author, “Swiss Miss Bush – GWB Ducks Geneva Criminal Torture Charges,” February 7, 2011;

Co-author with Pam Spees, “Honduras Human Rights Abuses Worse One Year After Coup,” January 27, 2011;

Author, “Martin Luther King, Jr. Injustice Index 2011: Racism, Materialism and Militarism in the US,” January 16, 2011;

Co-author with Jeena Shah, “Million Plus Remain Homeless and Displaced in Haiti: One Year After Quake,” January 11, 2011;

Author, “Serious Guns and White Terrorism: Two Unasked Questions in Tucson Mass Murder,” January 9, 2011:

Author, “Eight Homeless Youth Die in New Orleans Fire – What Does it say about the U.S.?” December 28, 2010;

Coauthor with Vince Warren, “Obama’s Liberty Problem: Why Indefinite Detention by Executive Order Should Scare the Hell Out of People,” December 23, 2010;

Author, “Cover-ups, coups and drones – a Holiday Sampler of What Wikileaks Reveals About the US,” December 12, 2010;

Author, “Jury for Tacoma Activists Still Out,” December 12, 2010;

Author, “Why Wikileaks is Good for Democracy,” November 30, 2010;

Author, “Five Reasons to Care about Haiti’s Sham Elections,” November 26, 2010;

Author, “Bush Pens True Crime Book: He’d Better Worry!” November 11, 2010;

Author, “Socialism?  What a Joke!  The Rich are Winning the US Class War: Facts Show the Rich are Getting Richer, Everyone Else Poorer,” October 25, 2010;

Coauthor with Laura Raymond, “Honduras; Crisis and Progress,” October 10, 2010;

Author, “Nine Months After the Quake – A Million Haitians Slowly Dying,” October 10, 2010;

Coauthor with Rachel Meeropol, “Attention Left, Liberal and Radical Groups – Pennsylvania Has Been Monitoring You,” October 6, 2010;

Author, “United States of Fear: Ten Examples,” Huffington Post, September 7, 2010;

Co-author, “Another False Ending: Contracting Out the Iraq Occupation,” Common Dreams, September 1, 2010;

Co-author, “Katrina Pain Index 2010 New Orleans – Five Years Later,” Counterpunch, August 6, 2020;

Author, “Why We Sued to Represent Muslim Cleric Awlaki,” Huffington Post, August 3, 2010;

Author, “Fourteen Examples of Racism in Criminal Justice System,” Truthout, July 26, 2010;

Co-author, “Victory for Animal Rights Dissent,” Huffington Post, July 16, 2010;

Co-author, “One Year Later: Honduras Resistance Strong Despite US Supported Coup,” Huffington Post, June 28, 2010;

Co-Author, “African American Mississippi Man Starts Record Sixth Murder Trial,” Common Dreams, June 10, 2010;

Author, “Corporations Profit from Permanent War: Memorial Day 2010,” May 19, 2010, Huffington Post;

Author, “Taking Back Homes from the Banks: Exercising the Human Right to Housing,” Huffington Post, May 12, 2010;

Author, “Assassination of U.S. Muslim Cleric Illegal, Immoral and Unwise,” Huffington Post, May 10, 2010;

Author, “Fire on the Bayou: Non-Stop River of Oil Heads to Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Florida,” Huffington Post, April 30, 2010;

Author, “Not Just Arizona:  Immigration Enforcement Out of Control on Federal Level,” Common Dreams, April 29, 2010;

Author, “Bush Insider Reveals Guantanamo Deception: Hundreds of Innocents Jailed,” Huffington Post, April 20, 2010;

Author, “Nine Myths About Socialism in the US,” Dissident Voice, April 9, 2010;

Author, “Not Just Guantanamo: US Torturing Muslim Pre-Trial Detainee,” Common Dreams, April 3, 2010;

Author, “Time for a Revolution: Fifteen Reasons,” March 7, 2010;

Author, Mercenaries Circling Haiti, March 2, 2010;

Author, “US Brags Haiti Response is a “Model” While More Than a Million Haitians Homeless,” Huffington Post, February 14, 2010;

Author, “Haiti – Still Starving 23 Days Later,” February 5, Common Dreams

Author, “Haiti: Hell and Hope,” January 28, 2010.  Counterpunch

Author, “On the ground in Port au Prince,” January 28, 2010 Huffington Post

Author, “Why the US Owes Haiti Billions – The Briefest History,” Huffington Post January 17, 2010;

Author, “Too Little Too Late for Haiti? Six Sobering Points.” January 15, 2010, Southern Studies;

Author, “Ten Things The US Can and Should Do For Haiti,” January 14, 2010, Common Dreams;

Author, “What the Mainstream Media Won’t Tell You About Haiti: Part of the Suffering of Haiti is “Made in the USA.” Huffington Post, January 14, 2010;

Author, “Why ACORN Won,” Common Dreams and others, December 13, 2009;

Co-author, “When Guantanamo and Abu Ghraib Come Home,” October 26, 2009, Common Dreams;

Author, “Street Report from the G20,” Common Dreams, September 27, 2009;

Author, “Our Right to Dissent is Under Siege,” Alternet, September 23, 2009;

Co-author, “Haiti Hurricane Damages Remain One Year After,” Counterpunch, August 26, 2009;

Co-author, “Katrina Pain Index 2009,” Common Dreams, August 14, 2009;

Co-Author, “Time for Solidarity with Iran,” Truthout June 25, 2009;

Author, “Revolutionary Haitian Priest, Pere Jean-Juste, Presente!”  Common Dreams, June 2009;

Author, “Day in Gaza,” Counterpunch and others, 1.14.09

Author, “Doctors Stopped at Borders,” Counterpunch and others, 1.12.09

Author, “Five Bailout Lessons from Katrina,” Counterpunch and others – 12.24.08

Author, “McCain Owes America an Apology,” 11.13.08  CP and others

Author, “Shame: U.S. War on Unarmed Working Mothers,” 9-26-08;  CP and others

Author, “Hammered by the Swedes,” 10.20.08 – CP and others

Author, “Social Justice Quiz – 2008,” Dissident Voice and others, September 11, 2008;

Author, “Displaced Poor Still Arriving as Saints Go Marching In,” Op-Ed News, 9-7-08;

Author, “Gustav’s Path of Destruction – Louisiana and Haiti,” Truthout, 9-5-08;

Author, “Living in the Car After Gustav,” Counterpunch, 9-3-08;

Author, “Gustav is Coming,” Znet,  8-31-08

Author, “Waiting for the Bus in New Orleans,” Common Dreams, 8-30-08

Author, “Katrina Pain Index – New Orleans Three Years Later,” August 27, 2008 Counterpunch, Common Dreams;

Author, “Torture and Politics,” National Catholic Reporter, June 27, 2008;

Author, “Arrests for War Resistance Climb,” Truthout and others June 16, 2008;

Author, “War Immemorial,” Common Dreams, Truthout, Counterpunch, and others. May 31, 2008;

Author, “US Role in Haiti Hunger Riots,” Counterpunch and others 4-21-08;

Author, “Half New Orleans Poor Permanently Displaced,” Counterpunch, 3-4-08;

Author, “Locked Outside the Gates: Tasers, Pepper Spray and Arrests in the Struggle for Affordable Housing in New Orleans, Common Dreams, Counterpunch, et al, December 27, 2007;

Author, “Twenty Thousand Protest at FortBenning: Eleven Face Criminal Trials,” November 19, 2007 – Common Dreams, Counterpunch;

Author, “Criminal Justice Meltdown,” Counterpunch and others, October 31, 2007;

Author, “Jailed for Justice: The Priests Who Protested Torture at Ft.Huachuca,” Counterpunch and others, October 19, 2007;

Author, “HUD’s Wrecking Ball – Tightening the Noose around New Orleans,” Counterpunch and others, September 26, 2007.

      • Author, “Katrina and Public Service Law,” Newsweek.com, August 29, 2007;
      • Author, “Ten Most Important Lessons Two Years After Katrina,” August 28, 2007 – Counterpunch and others;
      • Author, “Haitian Prisoner of Conscience Returns: Pere Jean-Juste Comes Home,” August 24, 2007 – Counterpunch and many others;
      • Author, “Fighting for the Right to Education,” New Orleans Tribune and numerous others, August 6, 2007;
      • Author, “Injustice in Jena – Nooses Hang from the ‘White Tree,’” July 3, 2007, Counterpunch, Common Dreams, Truthout, and many others;
      • Author, “How to Destroy an African American City in 33 Steps: Lessons from Katrina,” June 30, 2007 Common Dreams, Counterpunch, Black Commentator, LA Weekly and many others;
      • Author, “How Long Must We Support a Mistake?” Counterpunch, Dissident Voice, June 7, 2007;
      • Author, “Less Meeting, More Fighting: Lessons Learned by Grassroots Katrina and Tsunami Social Justice Activists,” May 28, 2007, Counterpunch, Common Dreams, Truthout, et al.
      • Author, “Protesting Priests Escape Jail Before Torture Trial,” Counterpunch, Information Clearinghouse, April 4, 2007;
      • Author, “The Right to Return: New Orleans Eighteen Months After Katrina,” published numerous places including Louisiana Weekly, New Orleans Tribune, San Francisco Bay View, et al, February 28, 2007;
      • Author, “Why New Orleans Needs Public Housing,” New Orleans Tribune, February 21, 2007.
      • Author, “Grandmothers for Peace Get Federal Prison Instead,” Common Dreams, Dissident Voice et al, February 1, 2007;
      • Author, “Tale of Two Sisters: Why Is HUD Using Tens of Millions of Katrina Money to Bulldoze 4534 Public Housing Apartments in New Orleans When It Costs Less to Repair and Open Them Up?” December 28, 2006. Common Dreams, Counterpunch and many other places;
      • Author, “Rebuilding New Orleans on the Backs of Immigrants,” IN ALL THINGS online supplement Winter 2006;
      • Author, “Robin Hood in Reverse: Corporate and Government Looting on the Gulf Coast,” Counterpunch, Dissident Voice, etc. November 13, 2006;
      • Author, “Report from New Orleans,” The Catholic Worker, August-September 2006;
      • Author, “Four Principles for Organizing in Our Post Katrina World,” PEACEWORK, September 2006;
      • Author, “CONVICTIONS: The Trial of the WMD Here Plowshares Clowns,” Common Dreams, Dissident Voice, etc, September 17, 2006;
      • Author, “Stop Clowning Around Nuclear Weapons,” Counterpunch and Common Dreams and others, September 9, 2006;
      • Author, “Introduction to Housing and Shelter” in Gulf Coast Reconstruction Watch Report on One Year Anniversary of Katrina, August 29, 2006;
      • Author, “The Living Wage and Catholic Social Teaching,” AMERICA, August 28, 2006;
      • Author, “Trying to Make it Home: New Orleans One Year After Katrina,” Counterpunch, Common Dreams, et al, August 22, 2006;
      • Author, “Weapons of Mass Destruction Here: Hirsohima, Nagasaki and North Dakota,” Counterpunch, Common Dreams, Truthout, et al, August 3, 2006;
      • Author, “Gutting New Orleans: Ten Months After Katrina,” Counterpunch, Common Dreams, Truthout et al., June 29, 2006;
      • Author, “HUD to Poor of New Orleans – ‘Go Find Yourself Housing!’ Truthout, Commondreams, June 17, 2006; Reprinted 13 Political Sociology, Number 1, (Fall 2006).
      • Author, “Katrina – The First Eight Months,” Blueprint for Justice, June 2006;
      • Author, “Eight Months After Katrina: “Don’t Come Back to New Orleans Unless You Intend to Fight for Justice!” Counterpunch, Common Dreams, Dissident Voice and others, April 27, 2006;
      • Author, “Seven Months After Katrina: Sleeping in Your Car in Front of Your Home,” Common Dreams, Dissident Voice and others, March 29, 2006;
      • Author, “Six Months After Katrina: Who Was Left Behind – Then and Now,” Common Dreams, Counterpunch and others, February 21, 2006;
      • Author , “MLK in Port au Prince Prison with Pere Jean-Juste,” Counterpunch and others, January 17, 2006
      • Author , “No Home for the Holidays: Stop Eviction of Katrina Evacuees” Common Dreams and others, November 23, 2005
      • Author, “World Human Rights Leaders Call for Freedom for Pere Jean Juste and Yvon Neptune,” Counterpunch, November 29, 2005
      • Author, “Why Are They Making New Orleans a Ghost Town?” Mother Jones, San Francisco Bay View, and others, October 31, 2005
      • Author, “New Orleans: Leaving the Poor Behind Again,” Common Dreams and others October 11, 2005

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    ” Counterpunch and others 9-6-05

  • Co-Author, “Letter from a Haitian Prison: We Hear Hope Coming,” Haiti Action 8-18-05
  • Author , “Pere Jean Juste in Isolation,” Truthout, July 25, 2005
  • Author , “Haitian Priest Attacked in Church and Arrested for Murder,” Truthout, Common Dreams, July 22, 2005
  • Author , “Travels in Haiti with Fr. Jean-Juste: Father you must stop feeding the children and come to jail.” Counterpunch, July 20, 2005.
  • Author , “Pere Jean-Juste Free For Now,” Haiti Action July 20, 2005; Political Affairs Magazine.
  • Author , “Human Rights Report on Judicial Independence in Haiti,” Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti, July 2005
  • Author , “Human Rights in Haiti,” Conference of International Association of Democratic Lawyers, Paris, June 2005, Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti, http://www.ijdh.org and several other sites.
  • Author , “Social Justice Movies and Social Justice Documentaries,” Blueprint for Social Justice, April-May 2005
  • Author , “The Liberation of Pere Jean-Juste,” Blueprint for Social Justice, February 2005
  • Author , “Progressive American Catholic Manifesto,” Common Dreams, Counterpunch, others April 21, 2005
  • Contributor, “The Trial of the St. Patrick’s Four,” in WAR CRIMES?:AMERICAN RESPONSIBILITY IN IRAQ AND BEYOND (Holt/Metropolitan)(2005).
  • Author , “Resistance to the War in Iraq: Have You Heard About the St. Patrick’s Four?” Common Dreams and Counterpunch, March 17, 2005
  • Author , “The Liberation of Pere Jean-Juste,” Year One, Jonah House, Winter 2005
  • Author , “Haitian Police Open Fire on Nonviolent Demonstrators,” Counterpunch and Common Dreams, February 28, 2005.
  • Author , “Haiti’s Most Famous Political Prisoners Announce Hunger Strike,” Haiti Action, February 22, 2005.
  • Author , “Twenty Questions: Social Justice Quiz,” Common Dreams, Counterpunch, Information Clearinghouse 2.11.05; Catholic Peace Voice March/April 2005
  • Author , “Haiti: The Land of Torturers,” Sri Lanka Sunday Observer, January 2, 2005.
  • Author , “Death Watch for Human Rights in Haiti,” Counterpunch, 12.23.04; Znet 12.24.04; Common Dreams 12.27.04
  • Author , “Report on Jailed Priest in Haiti,” Autonomy and Solidarity Network, 11-7-04
  • Author , “I Held the Bullet in My Palm: Masked Haitian Police Shoot Children While Arresting Priest,” Counterpunch, October 22, 2004, reprinted several places
  • Author , “Haitian Priest Jailed Indefinitely,” Z-net, October 21, 2004, reprinted several places including THE HUMAN QUEST, March-April 2005
  • Author , “Message from a Jailed Priest in Haiti,” Common Dreams, October 18, 2004, reprinted several places
  • Author , “Aftermath of a coup: The other disaster in Haiti,” co- Authored with Thomas Gumbleton. Counterpunch, October 13, 2004; Fellowship of Reconciliation website, October 13, 2004; also published on Z-net October 13, 2004; published in Catholic New Times (Canada), Dec 5, 2004.
  • Author , “Report of Pax Christi USA Human Rights Mission to Haiti,” October 12, 2004, published on Pax Christi USA website and several other human rights sites
  • Author , “Social Justice Spirituality: A Meditation on Micah 6:8,” Blueprint for Social Justice, September 2004
  • Author , “Every Hour is a Victory: The Trial of the St. Patrick’s Four,” HOSPITALITY, July 2004 and August 2004 http://www.opendoorcommunity.org/hospitality.htm and Ithaca News, April 26, 2004, archived at http://www.ithacanews.org
  • Author , “Jailed for Justice,” Southern Perspectives of Jesuit Volunteer Corps South, Spring 2004
  • Author , “State Criminal Charges Dismissed Against Blood Pouring Peace Activists: Federal Prosecutors Step In” published in web version of COUNTERPUNCH, June 15, 2004; published on web at http://www.antiwar.com June 16, 2004; commondreams.org June 16, 2004. Editor, Loyola University BLUEPRINT FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE, 2004-
  • Author , “Ending Poverty,” Blueprint for Social Justice, March 2004
  • Author , “Catholic Social Thought and the Amorality of Corporations: Time to Remove Corporate Personhood,” published on internet web site of University of St. Thomas, John A. Ryan Institute for Catholic Social Thought, papers from “Business as a Calling: The Calling of Business,” Fifth International Symposium on Catholic Social Thought and management Education, 2003 http://www.stthomas.edu/cathstudies/cst/mgmt/Bilbao
  • Author , “Voices Say No to Fines,” THE CATHOLIC WORKER, October-November 2003.
  • Co-Author, Call for Ramadan Solidarity, Voices in the Wilderness, Pax Christi USA Teachers of Peace, Fellowship of Reconciliation, Muslim Peace Fellowship, October 10, 2003
  • Author , “Dear Justice Scalia: An Open Letter on Catholic Social Teaching About the Death Penalty from a Catholic Law Professor to a Catholic Supreme Court Justice.” BLUEPRINT for Social Justice, LVII, No. 2, October 2003
  • Author , Legal Response of Voices in the Wilderness to Prosecution by US Government for $20,000 fines, posted on http://www.nonviolence.org/vitw August 2003
  • Author , “Make No Mistake,” HOSPITALITY, Jan-Feb 2004; Catholic Peace Voice, Vol. XXVIII, No. 5, September/October 2003; Via Pacis, newsletter of Des Moines Catholic Worker community, August 2003, vol 27, No 3; Locusts and Honey, High Desert Catholic Worker, Fall 2003; and on Pax Christi USA website
  • Author , “Legal Briefing for People Considering Civil Disobedience at SOA Protest,” August 2003 and updated in following years on School of Americas Watch website
  • Author , “Yesterday my friend chose prison,” Hospitality, July 2003; SALT EQUALIZER, May 2004, page 12
  • Author , “Jesuit students and faculty member convicted of standing for justice at School of Americas,” National Jesuit News April/May 2003, page 5
  • Author , “Justice in a too narrow courtroom,” SOAW website, http://www.soaw.org, March 2003
  • Author , “Censorship in New Orleans,” Maroon, February 28, 2003
  • Author , “Dispatches from Iraq: A Witness for Peace Makes Desert Journey,” Hospitality, January 2003, 6-8
  • Author , “Report on Peace Conversation,” SALT Equalizer, Fall 2002
  • Author , “Reflections on Iraq,” SALT Equalizer, Fall 2002
  • Author , “Emails from Iraq,” excerpts printed in: Hope House Newsletter, Fall/Winter 2002; NUVO, fall 2002; Hospitality 2003.
  • Author , “Ten Ideas for Social Justice Organizing After September 11,” Blueprint for Social Justice, November 2001 (also printed in AALS Poverty Law Section Newsletter, on http://www.nonviolence.org , other social justice web sites, in Hospitality- February 2002, and 15 Radical Grace, Number 1, January-March 2002.
  • Co-Editor/Publisher, Louisiana Legal Services and Pro Bono Desk Manual, Fall 2001, Fall 2005
  • Author , “Fact-finding Report on Charleston 5,” for the Catholic Committee of the South, November 1, 2001
  • Author , “Bombing for Justice?” Loyola Maroon, October 26, 2001 (copy can be found on Blueprint web page)
  • Author , “Who Will Inherit the Reign of God? The Bible and the Facts,” Hospitality, October 2001
  • Author , “Thou Shall Not Kill: Reflections on the Executions of Timothy McVeigh and Juan Raul Garza,” Hospitality, July-August 2001
  • Author , “The Living Wage Movement,” Blueprint for Social Justice, Volume LIV, Number 9, May 2001
  • Author , “Justice for the Poor,” Hospitality, May 2001, published by Open Door Catholic Worker Community, Atlanta
  • Author , “If We Execute Timothy McVeigh Are We Any Better?” Maroon, Spring 2000 and in Spring 2000 newsletter of Moratorium 2000.
  • Author , “Our Experiences at Fort Benning,” Blueprint for Social Justice, Volume 53, No. 1, September 1999
  • Co-Author, “Jesuit rebuffs bishops, activists on ending lockout,” National Catholic Reporter, April 16, 1999
  • Author , “Justice Challenges for Today and Tomorrow: A Living Wage is Part of the Answer,” Blueprint for Social Justice, Volume 52, No. 6, February 1999
  • Author , “The Right to Work and Earn a Living Wage: a Proposed Amendment to the U. S. Constitution,” 50 Blueprint for Social Justice (May 1997)
  • Author , “The Rich Are Getting Richer: What Does That Mean for Social Justice,” America, August 17, 1996
  • Author , “The Minimum Wage and the Working Poor,” America 6-8, June 3, 1995, Vol 172.

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