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China Blue trailer China Blue trailer
The trailer for China Blue, a powerful documentary about the sweatshop conditions in South China.
Live Earth - Jack Johnson performs Live Earth - Jack Johnson performs
Musicians gathered at 7 locations worldwide on July 7, 2007. According to Al Gore, one of the event's organizers, the concerts marked 'the beginning of a three-year campaign worldwide to deliver information about how we solve the climate crisis.'
Art in this Issue :: Antofagasta, Chile Art in this Issue :: Antofagasta, Chile
by Rodrigo Araya Plaza
This slideshow highlights some of the art and photography featured in the Summer 2007 issue of YES! Magazine. This page: Rodrigo 'RasDragon' Araya Plaza.
Live Earth :: Official Video
Musicians gathered at 7 locations worldwide on July 7, 2007. According to Al Gore, one of the event's organizers, the concerts marked 'the beginning of a three-year campaign worldwide to deliver information about how we solve the climate crisis.'
In Review :: China Blue In Review :: China Blue
by Peter Luyckx
A deep-access account of what both China and the international retail companies don’t want us to see—how the clothes we buy are actually made.
YES! Picks
YES! picks of music, movies and food.
In Review :: Phil Borges, Women     Empowered In Review :: Phil Borges, Women Empowered
by Tracy Loeffelholz Dunn
Acclaimed portrait photographer Phil Borges offers a stunning sampling of empowered women from Africa, Southeast Asia, and South America.
Phil Borges :: Women Empowered Phil Borges :: Women Empowered
Phil Borges' latest work, "Women Empowered," profiles women in the developing world who are challenging gender norms to improve their situation and help their communities.
Americans Who Tell the Truth
by Robert Shetterly
A selection of Robert Shetterly's remarkable collection of portraits of Americans Who Tell the Truth is presented in this essay.
Poetry by Wendell Berry Poetry by Wendell Berry
Poetry by Wendell Berry - The Wild Geese
About the Cover
by Rodrigo 'RasDragon' Araya Plaza
Boys in Antofagasta, Chile, jump into the Pacific Ocean off cranes built in the 1800s for shipment of saltpeter and silver. The wharf and its cranes are now a national monument.
Malik Rahim Speaks to the Freedom Caravaners Malik Rahim Speaks to the Freedom Caravaners
by Sarah van Gelder
Malik Rahim speaks about the Common Ground vision for its neighborhood that goes beyond restoring it to its previous state.
Pass it On Pass it On
by Alice Lovelace
Poetry by Alice Lovelace
Interview with Victoria Rodriguez Interview with Victoria Rodriguez
by Sarah van Gelder
Interview with Victoria Rodriguez from Southwest Organizing Project, while on the Freedom Caravan to the USSF, June 2007.
Interview with Susan Gleason Interview with Susan Gleason
by Diane Horn
Susan Gleason talks about the US Social Forum in this 30-minute interview with Diane Horn, producer and host of the Sustainability Segment of KEXP.
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