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Nothing Stops Mardi Gras
by Jordan Flahertyposted Feb 24, 2006
- Just six months after Hurricane Katrina, the annual Mardi Gras reigns supreme while many displaced residents still have nothing to celebrate
Video Review- Invisible Ballots: Temptation for Electronic Vote Fraud
by Andrew Lovejoyposted Feb 23, 2006
- Video Review. Electronic voting poses an unprecedented threat to the foundation of our democracy.
by Barbara Sehr, Courtney Martinposted Feb 23, 2006
- In 10 years, the Internet has remade activism.
When the People Decide
by Doug Pibelposted Feb 23, 2006
- Participative budgeting is a growing movement in Brazil.
Ben Brandzel / MoveOn's Student
by Elle McPhersonposted Feb 23, 2006
- MoveOn's Student Action's success is rooted in Brandzel's recognition of the Internet as a powerful organizing and fund-raising tool.
Buster Simpson: Art in Service to
by Dee Axelrodposted Feb 22, 2006
- Buster Simposon makes sculptures that enhance and explain rather than merely decorate the landscape.
Democracy: the (Re)Claiming of Democracy
by Doug Pibelposted Feb 22, 2006
- In danger of losing their vote and voice, Americans are demanding a return to the founding principles.
A Remembrance of Coretta Scott King
by Rachel Hardingposted Feb 22, 2006
- Coretta Scott King's role not only included her husband’s powerful, radical message of peace and justice, but also the long tradition of gracious and mighty women who provided the foundation of welcome, compassion, inclusivity, and speaking-truth-to-power.
The First U.S. Social Forum
posted Feb 21, 2006
- How to get involved in the U.S. Social Forum
Global Justice: Another U.S. Is Possible
by Tanya Dawkinsposted Feb 21, 2006
- Organizers of the World Social Forum are planning for a localized conference on U.S. concerns in the summer of 2007. The conference will be held in Atlanta, GA.
Why the Next 10 Years Will Be Nothing Like the Last 10 Years
by Sarah van Gelderposted Feb 21, 2006
- On YES! Magazine's 10th anniversary, we look at trends that are changing our culture, our relationship to the earth, and our sense of self.
Hopis and Greens Win
by Carolyn McConnellposted Feb 21, 2006
- Hopi fight use of spring water for coal mining and win. A solar installation will also be built.
Thomas Berry / New Cosmologist
by Sarah Ruth van Gelderposted Feb 21, 2006
- Thomas Berry is a priest, a scholar of indigenous spiritual traditions, a cultural historian and a teacher.
New Cosmology: A Great Story—Our Common Story
by K. Lauren de Boerposted Feb 21, 2006
- Could a story of awe at the unfolding of the universe be a story in which we can all find a home?
Indigenous Power: Indigenous Rights Go Global
by John Mohawkposted Feb 20, 2006
- Indigenous peoples are asserting their moral right to live as distinct communities and reminding us of the power of cooperation with nature.