fix articles 39901, bread
Du pain et des jeux (tags)
Toujours dominer, toujours gagner...
Du pain et des jeux (tags)
Du football, et la caravane passe...
Canned Food Drives are Inefficient (tags)
The solution is to make all food free and easy to acquire.
Charles Dickens as Economist (tags)
Ultimately the whole industrial revolution appears like a fairytale that becomes true. At the end of the 19th century, the GDP in England was six times as high as 1834. Human possibilities of life and consumption improved to a tremendous extent. Dickens described this exciting process.
Universities for Bread & Roses (tags)
A view from the South on the global rebellion against the neo-liberal university.
Giving, Forgiving and Sharing (tags)
The daily bread for "us" depends on all of us becoming free from debts. Jesus' Sermon on the Mount urges a change in power and change of the system. "You cannot serve God and mammon." The daily bread is lacking for many of us where money is the all-determining idol mammon.
Demise of Wonder Bread in So. California May Be Exaggerated (tags)
Sources say Interstate Brands will truck product in from Henderson, Nevada as it did when it closed its Boise bakery; purported "exit" is for purposes of labor law to screw union bakery workers and drivers.
The Economy of Bread Allone and the Economy of Enough (tags)
Jesus' discipleship demands seeing through the economy of bread alone or structural egoism and not submitting.. The economy of bread alone, the economy of hoarding and riches of a few costs the soul and freedom.
Why Venezuela has Voted Again for Their 'Negro e Indio' President (tags)
Baltimore Chronicle Monday, August 16, 2004 There's so much BS and baloney thrown around about Venezuela that I may be violating some rule of US journalism by providing some facts. Let's begin with this: 77% of Venezuela's farmland is owned by 3% of the population, the 'hacendados.'
On hooding (tags)
A few citations concerning the practice of hooding supposed terrorists, taken (with one exception) from John Conroy's excellent book _Unspeakable Acts, Ordinary People: The Dynamics of Torture_ (Berkeley: U of CA P, 2000). Rather than add further commentary, I have instead affixed a photograph of unknown origin -- and leave all commentary to the reader.
Are you a Middle Eastern/South or Central Asian Womin Activist? (tags)
tired of being left out? join us for some talk
"Bread and Roses" Film and Justice for Janitors (tags)
Thursday is Global Justice... Immigrant, Indigenous and Workers Rights. It seems appropriate to show this Interview with Paul Laverty, scriptwriter for acclaimed radical U.K. film director Ken Loach, about Loach's latest film "Bread and Roses" which is set against the backdrop of the Justice for Janitors campaign in L.A. Video real 10 minutes (Sorry about the accents, Paul is broad Glasgow, Scotland and I'm broad Yorkshire, England)