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Resurrect New Orleans: a better city is possible Resurrect New Orleans: a better city is possible
by Van Jones
In post-Katrina New Orleans, will casinos, big business, and tourism displace people and the culture of the Big Easy? How will the city protect itself from future storms and rising seas? New Orleans could be rebuilt to serve its residents, poor and rich, and prosper in harmony with its watery ecosystem.
Finding Safe Harbor Finding Safe Harbor
by Debra McKinney
Safe Harbor is a nonprofit hotel in Anchorage, Alaska, a kind of sanctuary where people coming out of shelters or off the streets can stay while they work some things out.
Discussion Guide for Spiritual Uprising
Explore questions: Has religion lost its edge? Are churches now centers at best of apathy, at worst of right-wing reaction? Is organized religion now so sectarian that work across denominations is impossible? and more.
Out of Time Out of Time
by Jonathan Rowe
The desperate quest to cram more into time has caused it to diminish. Could the cure for time scarcity be a vision of the Eternal?
Altar Your Abode
by Lori Hall Steele
Sacred spaces are being created in homes from coast to coast, with closets, corners, and bedrooms converted to places that serve as soul-quieting antidotes to modern stress.
I Stand With You Against the Disorder I Stand With You Against the Disorder
by Jeanette Armstrong
An indigenous woman invites us to learn how America’s rootless culture looks to a people who are “dream and land together”
Make a Living-With Dignity
by Michael Ramos
The religious community, labor unions, and community groups have come together to sponsor 122 living wage ordinances in towns large and small throughout the United States.
Java Justice Java Justice
by Dee Axelrod
A Jewish Ugandan coffee farmer partners with Christian and Muslim neighbors to produce jobs, understanding, and a great coffee. Thanksgivingcoffee.com
Losing Power in Standby Mode
by Valerie Doyle
The average American household continually leaks about 50 watts of electricity. Eliminating that trickle, would save $1 billion annually in wasted electricity.
Sustainable Fashion
by Andrew Lovejoy
Clothing from companies that use sustainable materials and manufacturing practices
Sunscreen Safety
by Lilja Otto
Because of serious concerns about the safety of chemical sun screens, mineral filters appear to be a better choice.
Chad-Cameroon Project Violates Human Rights
by Sarah Fort
One of Africa’s largest development projects, the Chad-Cameroon oil pipeline, is producing human rights violations along with its oil, says Amnesty International.
Department of Peace and Nonviolence
by Leslie Eliel, Doug Pibel
Sen. Mark Dayton of Minnesota sponsored legislation to create a Department of Peace.
Work in San Francisco? No Sweat
by Andrew Lovejoy
Beginning in December 2005, the city of San Francisco will require all contractors to guarantee that any goods they supply are produced without “sweatshop” labor.
A Stranger at the Door
by Anna Maria Pineda
Although Las Posadas is a beautiful ritual, the reality it addresses is a painful one: the reality of human need and exclusion.
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