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In Review: Books, Music, and Film

Books, Music, and Film

In Review :: The Urban Homestead and Northwest Green Home Primer In Review :: The Urban Homestead and Northwest Green Home Primer
by Pamela O'Malley Chang
A good-natured guide for urbanites who want to live off the land without leaving the city limits.
YES! Film Picks: Making Whiteness Visible YES! Film Picks: Making Whiteness Visible
by Carol Estes
Maddening and motivating independent films: Mirrors of Privilege, Abel Raises Cain and Pilgrimage.
In Review :: Shopping Our Way to Safety In Review :: Shopping Our Way to Safety
by Steve Heilig
Andrew Szasz raises uncomfortable issues in his latest book on how we changed from protecting the environment to protecting ourselves.
In Review :: Toxic Exposures In Review :: Toxic Exposures
by Steve Heilig
Steve Heilig reviews Phil Brown's book on contested illnesses and the environmental movement.
In Review :: From Raising Hell to Raising Barns In Review :: From Raising Hell to Raising Barns
by Jonathan Rowe
Jonathan Rowe reviews Jim Hightower's new book. Also find an excerpt of the book and listen to Jim Hightower read a chapter.
Aidan Delgado, Conscientious Objector Aidan Delgado, Conscientious Objector
The Sutras of Abu Ghraib is the story of Aidan Delgado’s journey towards conscientious objector status. This excerpt is a meditation on how easy it is to distance ourselves from the devastation of war-making.
Audio: Swim Against the Current Audio: Swim Against the Current
by Jim Hightower
Listen to Jim Hightower read an excerpt of Chapter 14 of his book Swim Against the Current.
In Review :: YES! Picks - Music In Review :: YES! Picks - Music
Our musical inspiration while putting out the Spring 2008 issue: Brett Dennen, Give Us Your Poor, Butch Hancock.
In Review :: YES! Picks - Argentina: Turning     Around In Review :: YES! Picks - Argentina: Turning Around
by Tanya Dawkins
Tanya Dawkins reviews Argentina: Turning Around. Also... View the trailer, more YES! Stories on Argentina
In Review :: The Story of Stuff In Review :: The Story of Stuff
by Cecile Andrews
Everyone is concerned about global warming, but no one seems willing to say the fatal words: We must start consuming less. The Story of Stuff with Annie Leonard lays out, in just 20 minutes, the problems in our consumption of “stuff” and shows how everything is linked
In Review :: The Revolution Will Not Be     Funded In Review :: The Revolution Will Not Be Funded
by James Trimarco
James Trimarco reviews INCITE's The Revolutions Will Not be Funded. Women of Color Against Violence challenge the no-profit model of social action and propose thoughtful alternative strategies.
In Review :: Remembering Tomorrow In Review :: Remembering Tomorrow
by Jen Angel
Jen Angel reviews Michael Albert's new memoir, Remembering Tomorrow: From SDS to Life After Capitalism.
In Review :: Beyond Prisons In Review :: Beyond Prisons
by Carol Estes
Carol Estes reviews Magnani and Wray's Beyond Prisons: a fascinating, imaginative approach to reinventing criminal justice.
YES! Picks YES! Picks
YES! Picks :: our musical inspiration while putting out this issue: Josh Ritter, Linda Thompson, and the Sierra Leone’s Refugee All Stars
In Review :: Pete Seeger: The Power of Song In Review :: Pete Seeger: The Power of Song
by Doug Pibel
In Pete Seeger: The Power of Song, Jim Brown documents the life of one of the greatest American singer/songwriters of the last century.
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