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2006

Fall 2006  Water and Social Justice

Fall 2006 Water and Social Justice

FEATURES Resource Rights and Wrongs Nikhil Aziz 7th Generation – Israel’s War for Water Marie Kennedy Water is Life!..

October 28, 2006

Water is Life! Cochabamba, Bolivia against Privatization

By Don Leonard Water is life! This was the battle cry for a coalition of labor unions, activists, cocaleros(coca producers), students,..

October 3, 2006

Israel’s War for Water

By Marie Kennedy In South Africa, residents of Soweto are smashing water meters and taking Johannesburg Water to court in protest against..

October 3, 2006

Resource Rights and Wrongs

By Nikhil Aziz Water and other natural resources are at the center of conflicts worldwide, in large part due to their unequal distribution...

October 3, 2006
Summer 2006

Summer 2006

FEATURES America’s “Dietary Divide” Peter Zelchenko 7th Generation – Chicago 2006: From City Beautiful to Sustainable? Kara..

July 28, 2006

Urban Planning as a High School Theme in Brooklyn , New York

By Meredith Phillips The Academy of Urban Planning in Brooklyn taps into the curiosity of high school students about their environment,..

July 26, 2006

America ‘s “Dietary Divide”

By Peter Zelchenko I am the darker brother. They send me to eat in the kitchen When company comes, But I laugh, And eat well, And grow..

July 26, 2006
Spring 2006  Gender and Violence

Spring 2006 Gender and Violence

FEATURES Towards a Transformative View of Race  john a.powell, Hasan Kwame Jeffries, Daniel Newhart & Eric Stiens 7th Generation  Tom..

April 28, 2006

Femicide in Ciudad Juárez: What Can Planners Do?

By María Teresa Vázquez-Castillo Femicide is a word whose definition women in Ciudad Juárez can explain very well. They learned and..

April 26, 2006

From Here to Autonomy: Mexico’s Zapatistas Combine Local Administration and National Politics

By Chris Tilly and Marie Kennedy In January of 1994, the ski-masked Maya rebels of the Zapatista Army of National Liberation (EZLN) rocked..

April 26, 2006
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