For organizers and students of history too young to have touched the 1960s, that decade holds a mystique that David Gilbert’s Love and Struggle does wonders to make real. Bernardine Dohrn, former Weather Underground member and now juvenile justice advocate, says that … Continue reading
I’m going to say it. I want to see an end to “self-care.” Can we put a nail in self-care’s coffin and instead birth a newer discussion of community care? As I most often hear it, self-care stands as an … Continue reading
Days before a bus filled with undocumented people and their allies was to take off from Phoenix, Arizona, one rider was interviewed by the New York Times. The reporter asked, “Last month when I interviewed you, you wouldn’t tell me … Continue reading
Writing in 1979, Walter Brueggeman turned to the old and new testament to reflect on the role of a prophet in a society he observed of waning social movements and a rising cynicism. What he shares in the Prophetic Imagination … Continue reading
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Update, June 25: Today the U.S. Supreme Court ruled much of SB 1070 unconstitutional, but upheld the law’s most controversial provision: the so-called “show me your papers” component, which directs police to check the immigration status of those they suspect might … Continue reading
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As a follow-up to Path of Intimacy 1, I published a second issue focused on how to deal with conflicts within relationships. “If intimacy is fueled by a drive to reveal ourselves to our partner, than conflicts are opportunities for … Continue reading
“This is a little embarrassing to admit,” began Governor Deal at an official press briefing. “it turns out, contrary to popular belief, the state of Georgia was not founded in 1732. It has been around much longer than that.”
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This is a ‘zine I published through HooRay Books in 2009. Because of demand, I’m making it available on-line.