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Thursday, 31 July 2008

View a photo essay on life in Iran and take action to prevent war with Iran.

Vanity Fair tries to respond to the satirical New Yorker cover.  The Nation blogs about what makes good satire, and why the Vanity Fair cover doesn't make the grade.

Death row inmate exonerated after 13 years in jail.  In These Times' Christopher Moraff investigates our broken criminal justice system. 

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Monday, 28 July 2008

Atheist Civil Rights Group Blasts Obama Support for Bush Faith-Based Scheme [link]

Briarpatch Magazine reports on the confrontational tactics of anti-racist activism in urban Alberta

Ask Congress to Protect Youth in the Juvenile Justice System: quick online petition from Physicians for Human Rights  More
From The APC Blog by meb on 28 Jul 2008Permalink

Thursday, 24 July 2008

Wednesday, 23 July 2008

Economic woes hit Americans hard, hit women harder.

Demise of free internet?  Centre for Research on Globalization chronicles Canadian service providers plans to make customers pay to visit sites beyond a cutoff point.

Does resettling slum dwellers really improve the quality of life of the poor?  Or the wealthy developers who want to make a profit?  Public Affairs' Jayati Ghosh on urban development and forceful slum evacuation in Delhi, India. More
From The APC Blog by meb on 23 Jul 2008Permalink

Monday, 21 July 2008

Liberty, internet and justice for all? Philadelphia's "free" Wi-Fi plan and digital inclusion.

Bush lowers the "cost of life"; cost of living sees no relief. New York City's Indypendent details the current economic situation.

AFL-CIO and Change to Win collaborating? For once the big media hasn't tried to exploit differences among workers and their organized leadership. Political Affairs editor Joel Wendland covers the coverage.More
From The APC Blog by meb on 21 Jul 2008Permalink
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