Monthly Archives: March 2004

Capital Campaign Update

The UC-IMC Capital Campaign has raised over $56,000 toward its goal of $100,000 and will wrap up on April 30th of this year. All of our donations have been made by individuals and members of the community who believe the … Continue reading

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IMC Library Zine Review: RACE

    “Breaking Out of Activist Ghettos since 2001,” the RACE collective is sure to turn quite a few heads within activist communities across the world. RACE is “a collective of people of color with revolutionary anti-authoritarian politics. … Continue reading

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Environmental Impacts of the FTAA

 ,      or heard about the litany of problems associated with the Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA). Critics have usually noted some or all of the following in their lists of negative impacts: … Continue reading

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Scared Straight? Media Cycles and the “War” on Drugs

 , ,    – surrounded by executives from the major television networks, production companies, and advertising agencies, Richard Nixon somberly asked his audience for their support to help “warn our youth constantly against the dangers of drugs.” … Continue reading

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A Local Activist Writes from Guatemala

Dear Friends and Family, I hope this letter finds you well. I have just finished my third month of human rights accompaniment here in Guatemala and I feel myself full of stories and thankful for this space to reflect on … Continue reading

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Living Peacefully in a Violent World

        in 2000, again in 2001 with Dennis Halliday, and also in 2003 with Voices in the Wilderness; she is one of the founders and coordinators of Voices in the Wilderness, a Chicago-based … Continue reading

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