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While The Sneetches taught about the interaction between discrimination and capitalism, Horton Hears a Who is Dr. Seuss' exploration of genocide.
Capital punishment is a legalized process of physical and psychological terror.
We need to articulate people-power-based strategies or folks will de-mobilize every election cycle.
Rather than getting bogged down in fear and grief about what is happening to the earth, these authors invite us into a joyful, proactive response.
It's time for Fair Traders to tone down the marketing rhetoric and return to the educational goals of our mission.
While Fair Trade certification is an important instrument for making positive change, the most fundamental issue for workers in the Global South is the rules of global trade.
If it is tapped, says Vandana Shiva, the largest energy source we have "is the internal energy of human beings in all its dimensions -- spiritual, cultural, emotional, intellectual, physical."
Coming soon: a page with an annotated description of these blogs