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Monday, 23 March 2009

Reading to start your week

Earlier in March, Dissent posted Should We Still Make Things? A Symposium where writers "contemplate whether we still need manufacturing—and if so, how we can save it"

Lucy Lippard, Mike Davis, Hakim Bey, oh my! Check out this Experimental Geography Reading List from Rhizome, a project of the New Museum

Quick labor news: CNA & SEIU have decided to make it work! Beyond the obvious implications for health care workers struggling for their rights, SEIU will join CNA to push single-payer health care (at the state level, at least).
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From The APC Blog by meb on 23 Mar 2009Permalink

Thursday, 19 March 2009

APC Blog for March 19, 2009

A private security firm by any other name…
In These Times on Blackwater's re-branding

And following up on APC's Baby Blog earlier this month, some postings about mothers. 

New Internationalist's March issue focuses on maternal mortality.  The average lifetime risk for maternal mortality in the west is 1 in 8,000, compared with 1 in 450 in developing nations.  Get more facts here and read why women are still dying in childbirth in the same numbers as decades ago here.

"Twittermoms" rally against Rihanna, Chris Brown, and Nickelodeon. 



 
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From The APC Blog by mld on 19 Mar 2009Permalink

Monday, 09 March 2009

Intereseting videos from women & great admissions from capitalists

At Labor Research Associates, comments on an article in The Financial Times entitled "Capitalism Has Failed" — Jonathan Tasini writes "to see the FT pronounce the obvious is refreshing"

Dollars & Sense blog: IMF Blames Crisis On Lack of Regulation
"From the International Monetary Fund, you know, the people who shoved unfettered global profit-seeking down the throats of impoverished countries for decades, comes this fabulous insight: inadequate regulation was the major cause of the current financial crisis."

Monthly Review blogs interesting videos on the importance of women and the complexity of the Roma identitas well as from Aswat (Voices), [...]More
From The APC Blog by meb on 09 Mar 2009Permalink

Wednesday, 04 March 2009

APC Blog on yoga in the classroom, Iran

New York public schools discover the benefits of yoga classes for special ed students: The advantages of yoga for healthy people are well-documented: increased strength, flexibility and relaxation. But for the child with developmental disabilities, the benefits are perhaps greater. Heightened sensory awareness, vocalization skills and breathing capacity are just a few

For Peace blogs about Iranian vets meeting people from Hiroshima: I hope all people reading this blog will contact President Obama and their Members of Congress and encourage them to move away from confrontation and threats against Iran and to a commitment to resolve all our differences through diplomacy, negotiation and real respect for one another. 
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From The APC Blog by mld on 04 Mar 2009Permalink

Sunday, 01 March 2009

Rebellion in Greece

Articles by Valia Kaimaki, Ilias Ziogas, Akis Gavrilidis, and Takis Fotopoulos on the rebellion of youth in Greece.More
From The APC Blog by cda on 01 Mar 2009Permalink
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New Moon: The Magazine for Girls and Their Dreams

Publisher
New Moon Publishing, Inc.
Publisher URL
Editors
The Girls, Tracy Gilsvik, Joe Kelly, Lacey Louwagie
Circulation Region
international
Listed Since
1993
ISSN
1083-5970
OCLC
27963164
Readership
Girls (ages 8-14)

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