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Dinner plate ethics
As long as hunting is dismissed as unethical while the act of paying for food at the grocery store is seen as benign, we are unlikely to make much progress
Cover story: Guerrilla Traffic Control: Using public art to stick it to car culture. Also in this issue: Haiti’s political prisoners; how the ethanol craze will suck us dry; the one-state solution for Israel/Palestine; a critical look at the “naturals” industry, and more…
Shayna and Dominique have just set out on a cross-Canada trip to seek out intentional communities and learn from their experiences. They’ll be blogging about what they find right here on www.briarpatchmagazine.com.
Who is in jail in today’s Haiti, it seems, has a lot more to do with stifling political dissent than with bringing criminals to justice. And Canada has played a key role
The One-State Solution
Hassan Husseini interviews Joel Kovel, author of Overocming Zionism: Creating a Single Democratic State in Israel/Palestine
- Community radio and the frequency of struggle
- June/July 2007
- Love’s Labour Lost?
- May 2007
- “Men’s rights” and the political uses of victimhood
- From the Rubble
- Coal Comfort in an Upside-Down World
- Tapped Resources
Making Space for Aboriginal Feminism
Book review of Making Space for Aboriginal Feminism
10 straight questions
Let’s face it: there are lots of heterosexuals out there! Why not take a few moments to learn a little more about them?
Bitchfest: Ten years of cultural criticism from the pages of Bitch Magazine
Book review of Bitchfest
Film review of Antonia
These underground, illegal operations seek to reconfigure female and male bodies in ways that make society squirm, challenging our most deeply held traditional notions of beauty and gender.
Status of Women vs. the status quo
While particular communities will be injured by the Harper government’s actions, it is ultimately democracy itself that is hurt.