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In Review :: Personal Safety Nets
by Lisa Farinoposted Sep 17, 2007
- Book review: Personal Safety Nets: Getting Ready for Life's Inevitable Changes & Challenges by John W. Gibson and Judy Pigott.
David Solnit Stands Up For Protest
posted Aug 29, 2007
- David Solnit Stands Up For Protest
Immigration Through the Lens of Sixth Grade Girls
posted Jul 26, 2007
- Hear how one committed and innovative Seattle teacher personalized immigration through an exchange between Daisy’s rural, mostly migrant, Hispanic school and Seton’s urban, mostly white, middle class school.
My Year of Eating Local: Zucchini Wars
by Barbara Kingsolverposted Jul 26, 2007
- In an excerpt from the book "Animal, Vegetable, Miracle", Barbara Kingsolver writes of the challenges of dealing with growing zucchini.
Voyager Students Say Yes! to the Earth Charter
by Andy Daveyposted Jul 24, 2007
- This past year, 1st – 6th grade students at Voyager Montessori school eagerly saved enough pennies and dimes to fund two free teacher subscriptions to YES! Magazine. Find out how YES! inspired them to bring to life values of social justice.
posted Jul 17, 2007
- Examples of how art is used nationwide to promote the healing process.
Pass it On
by Alice Lovelaceposted Jun 27, 2007
- Poetry by Alice Lovelace
posted Jun 14, 2007
- A preview of the documentary film ¡Salud! which examines the Cuban health care system and its role in the quest for global health.
Baptists and Popular Education in Cuba: an interview with Joel Suárez
by Sarah van Gelder, Justine Simonposted Jun 12, 2007
- An interview with Joel Suárez, the general coordinator of the Martin Luther King Center in Havana, Cuba. He discusses the three founding pillars of the movement, as well as the lead up to the 1992 changes in Cuba's constitution that ratified the state's secular nature.
Meningitis B: Cuba's Got the Vaccine—Why Don't We?
by Robert Fortner, MDposted May 15, 2007
- A vaccine with proven effectiveness against Meningitis B was developed in Cuba in the 1980s. Since then, 55 million doses have been administered in Cuba and other countries. But not in the U.S.,where outbreaks still kill children. Dr. Robert Fortner, MD, wanted to find out why…
5 Ways NOT to Travel Like a Tourist
by Lisa Gale Garriguesposted May 11, 2007
- Tips to minimize travel that screams "TOURIST!"
Every Day Ought To Be Earth Day
by Ann Lovejoyposted Apr 24, 2007
- A sermon given by Ann Lovejoy at the Unitarian Universalist Church on Bainbridge Island.
Education, by Rights
by Liz Sullivan, Cecilia Blewerposted Feb 06, 2007
- Teach the Children: How do we build a school system that serves the needs of all students? Human rights provides a solid foundation.
Abraham to Descendants: “Knock it Off”
by Sarah van Gelderposted Nov 06, 2006
- The Interfaith Amigos: A rabbi, a minister, and an imam, brought together by 9/11 and what followed, discover new spiritual depths from their dialogue and friendship.
Caffeinated Community Comeback: Small Ohio Town Discovers Power of Networking
by Frances Moore Lappéposted Oct 17, 2006
- A story of community redevelopment from the bottom up. Starting with a coffee shop, and adding artisans, classes, and the power of networking. June Holley now helps communities around the globe form Smart Networks by training and supporting Network Weavers. Appalachian Center for Economic Networks.