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Street Ministers
by Michael Jonas
In 1990 Boston had 152 killings; in 1999, the number had fallen to 30, not one of them a juvenile. Boston's nationally acclaimed approach to stemming gang violence and youth crime is examined.
Genesee Peacemakers
by Sarah van Gelder
Involving victims in the criminal justice system can lead to healing, community empowerment, and fewer repeated offenses.
Readers' Forum
Reader comments on labeling laws GMO's, YES belly tattoo
White on Black, Black on White
by Carol Estes, Robert Jeffrey
Two perspectives on a talking circle about racism held following the WTO protests in Seattle.
War Games
by Carol Estes
the War on Drugs: the social cost of the drug war and the people in and out of the criminal justice system who are calling for an end to war.
Is It Time to Close the Prisons Discussion Guide
Have you, or has someone close to you, spent time in jail or prison? What was the experience like? How did it change you/them?
Conservation Measures
by Susan Callan
Eco-design resources for making a green workplace.
Youth Court: Jury of Their Peers Youth Court: Jury of Their Peers
by Edgar S. Cahn
The Time Dollar Youth Court in Washington, D.C. for first time juvenile offenders aims to keep first offenders from becoming hardened criminals.
YES! But How? :: Toxins and Pregnancy, Composting in the Cold YES! But How? :: Toxins and Pregnancy, Composting in the Cold
by Annie Berthold-Bond, Doug Pibel
Household Chemicals, Worm Bins, and Composting.
Our New Home
by Fran Korten
YES! A Journal of Positive Futures
Indicators
indicators: Campaigning for Change, Anti-Globalization, New Tax Breaks, Steelworkers' Victory, Burma Law Overturned, Frankenfood & Lawn, Local Currency Loan
Food for Life: The Brink of Opportunity
by Hal Hamilton
Industrial agriculture is a parody of the life-sustaining farming practiced over thousands of years. But there are signs of new life.
Resources For Life-Centered Agriculture
by Rik Langendoen
Organizations, ideas, books, and websites on life sustaining gardening, agriculture, and food
The Page That Counts :: Summer 2000 The Page That Counts :: Summer 2000
Percentage of Americans who would be comfortable buying a used car from George W. Bush, and more...
Book Review - Graceful Simplicity by Jerome Segal, Living Lightly by Walter and Dorothy Schwarz Book Review - Graceful Simplicity by Jerome Segal, Living Lightly by Walter and Dorothy Schwarz
by John de Graaf
Segal shows that now, perhaps for the first time in history, it is possible to create a society where all people can live simply but gracefully, with time for the things that really matter – deep friendships and relationships, a beautiful and clean environment, and freedom from fear and insecurity. All that is needed is the political will.
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