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Chief Raymond Yowell of the Western Shoshone National Council has called on President Clinton not to resume nuclear testing at the Nevada Test Site
The "Myth" of Plastic Recycling
Greenpeace activists in California blocked loading operations this spring at a dock holding recycled plastic waste bound for Southeast Asia
Drug, Alcohol, Race, & Class
If you are convicted of substance abuse, your race and class have a lot to do with whether you'll be sent to prison
Forgiveness, Not Revenge
Families of murder victims fight the death penalty.
Labor Battles Strike-Breakers
The need for strike breaker legislation
Doing the Right Thing in Massachusetts
Effects of war-tax resistance
Vets Protest 'Assassins School'
Plowshares: The Struggle for Disarmament Continues
Citizens Against Racism in Eerie, Newport News trespassers, and more updates from on-the-ground activists
Hiring of Chavis a 'Stroke of Hope'
The hiring of Dr. Benjamin Chavis to head the NAACP was a "master stroke of hope" for the cities of this country, according to those who have worked closely with Chavis on urban issues.
A Community Cries Out
Guns don't belong in our streets
Serving Need, Not Greed
Dwelling House Savings and Loan is located by choice in a primarily low-income, African-American neighborhood of Pittsburgh.
Seeking the Welfare of the City
For the past two years, the Jeremiah Group has been laying the foundations for broad-based community organizing in the greater New Orleans area.
Christian Peacemaker Corps
As Christians struggle to find ethical and effective responses to violent conflicts, the people of Christian Peacemaker Teams hope to establish the beginnings of an active, nonviolent alternative...
For a number of Central Americans in the Washington, DC area, EMPLEO workers cooperative provides an opportunity to take charge of their own lives.
A.C. Cook, like other residents of Ohio's Mahoning Valley, is tired of businesses that abandon his community in troubled times.
Co-Creators of Peace: A Union of Art and Spirit
Co-Creators of Peace With Justice, a grassroots network of creative activists, formed nearly two years ago when a small group of men and women attending the Sojourners' 20th anniversary festival ga