Suma Qamaña (Good Living) as an Alternative to the Crisis of our Civilization The influential and respected Uruguayan activist, writer and academic - Raul Zibechi, came to Baltimore to speak on his work which covers and analyzes Latin American social movements.
As the World Burns: 50 Simple Things You Can Do to Stay in Denial - Derrick Jensen and Stephanie McMillan
Jensen, Derrick and McMillan, Stephanie, As the World Burns: 50 Simple Things You Can Do to Stay in Denial. Seven Stories Press; illustrated edition (November 19, 2007), Pp. xi + 224. ISBN-10 1583227776; www.derrickjensen.org
You’ve probably heard of the Peace Corps, study abroad programs, and extra-curricular projects, but odds are you haven’t heard about a local program that combines the philosophies and benefits of all of the above. For local young people interested in studying abroad, cross cultural education, and good old-fashioned hard work, a new program has emerged in Baltimore.
On October 27, 2006, Brad Will stood on Juarez Avenue in the municipality of Santa Lucia del Camino, Oaxaca, Mexico. He was filming a violent clash between armed, civilian-clad municipal police and officials and members of the Oaxaca Peoples’ Popular Assembly, or APPO.