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Holy Impatience: an interview with Matthew Fox
by Sarah Ruth van Gelder
An interview with Matthew Fox. Organized religion needs to get its act together and bring in the feminine, the widom of Sophia. See also his 95 theses.
Spirit Rising
by Michael Nagler
Spiritual progressives are just starting to understand the power of taking a stand, together.
The Page That Counts :: Fall 2005 The Page That Counts :: Fall 2005
Average amount each American spends on health care each year: . . .
Resurrect New Orleans: A Better City Is Possible Resurrect New Orleans: A Better City Is Possible
by Van Jones
The best qualities and the worst features of U.S. society were on full display in the immediate aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. And today we are still witnessing a frenzied tug-of-war between opposing aspects of the American character—with the final fate of New Orleans hanging in the balance.
Aging Better by Moving Smarter
by Carolyn McConnell
Tai chi for seniors
Organic Produce Goes to School
by Rebecca Clarren
Farmers are struggling to stay on the land. Meanwhile, obesity is epidemic among U.S. children. A movement is creating a solution to both problems by linking schools to sources of local organic produce. The kids don’t seem to miss the deep fryers.
Indicator: Saudis Warn of Oil Shortfall
by Carolyn McConnell
Saudi Arabia is privately warning European and U.S. energy officials that the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) can�t meet the world�s projected demand for oil
Indicator: States Turn to Paper Ballots
by Doug Pibel
Twenty-one states have passed laws requiring voter-verified paper ballots.
Indicator: Cities Go Wireless
by Becky Brun
This spring, the movement for community wireless networks won a major victory, when Philadelphia Mayor John Street launched a project to create a citywide wireless Internet network.
Indicator: Indigenous Power Swells in Bolivia
by Lisa Gale Garrigues
Indigenous people in Bolivia call for nationalization of country’s natural gas and creation of an indigenous-controlled state.
Indicator: Wind Power Takes Off
by Rik Langendoen
Due in large part to rising fuel prices, 2004 was a banner year for wind power, especially in Europe.
Indicator: Kuwaiti Women Win Political Rights
by Carolyn McConnell
After years of pressure from women's rights groups, in May 2005 Kuwait's parliament granted women the right to vote and stand for election.
Indicator: Wal-Mart Draws Canadian     Opposition Indicator: Wal-Mart Draws Canadian Opposition
by Valerie Doyle
Wal-Mart closes store in Canada that was unionized.
Indicator: Native American Trust Fund Reform Urged
by Patricia Powers
American Indian leaders to propose a multi-billion dollar settlement to Indians and dramatic reform of the Indian trust fund.
Indicator: Workers Win Minimum Wage Increases
by Carolyn McConnell
Minimum Wage Increases in Connecticut, Minnesota, New Jersey and Wisconsin
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