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Summary:Youth conduct power analyses of policies and institutions that specifically affect people of color and poor communities.
May our relationships and commitment to building a just and equitable future continue, for in the struggle for justice is the hope of the future.
Resisting the Pull of Violence
Just as the sources of the crises confronting
us are connected, so too must be the
solutions we bring forward and
demand be implemented.
As long as you’re thinking about sustainable and local food, let’s talk about sustainable labor conditions too, because you’re never going to have a sustainable food system without sustainable labor conditions.
By Julie Oxenberg reviewing Loyal to the Sky:Notes from an Activist.
The 2007 Gustavus Myers Book Awards by the Gustavus Myers Center for the Study of Bigotry and Human Rights.
Peacework Co-Editor Sam Diener reviews Bound for Canaan: The Epic Story of the Underground Railroad, America's First Civil Rights Movement by Fergus Bordewich and comments on the themes of this issue.
The debate has to examine how environmental improvements to low-income communities lift up the economy, the safety, and the morale - not just locally, but regionally and nationally.
It has always been assumed that attendance at environmental conferences would always be 90 percent white and overwhelmingly affluent. Not this time.
Coming soon: a page with an annotated description of these blogs