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Sojourners Magazine: May-June 2000

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Cover Story

Jubilee 2000 has surprised people with its phenomenal success: a look at how and why it caught fire⁠—and what's around the bend.
The Jubilee 2000/USA campaign
Church leaders came together to declare widespread poverty 'morally unacceptable.' And they promised to do something about it.


Together Palestinian and Israeli activists fight 'functional apartheid' in the West Bank.
What can churches do about funeral industry rip-offs?
Steps to getting the funeral you want and can afford
Pocket Canons are the most radical approach to the Bible since Gutenberg. Or at least Ginsberg.
The power of ministering to the bereaved
Adapted from the Free Time/Free People Campaign statement


The battle over who owns the Net rages on.
Family farms—and farmers—are looking different these days.
You can't be laid off for bad genes. Can you?
Benetton's ads open eyes. Can they say lives?
China is the current battleground—as Seattle was last fal—over the rules of global trade.
Missile defense: the wrong path to security


Youthful idealism can grow into life-long commitment to justice.
Wherever self-censorship rules, a real debate is not taking place.
The Covenant to Overcome Poverty is as simple as it is potentially life-changing.
The terror of driving lessons

Culture Watch

E-commerce guerrillas are the direct descendants of Abbie Hoffman.
Ambivalence as a religious virtue?
Sorting out justice in South Africa
A prophetic voice in the Christian pop wilderness
Scripted hope in "The West Wing"
Breaking our deadly addiction to advertising
Vassar Miller is the Emily Dickinson of the 20th century. Who knew?
Native struggles for environmental justice


Letter to the Editors
Letter to the Editors
While the U.S.-backed sanctions against Iraq continue to devastate that country, a growing clamor of voices is rising up in opposition
Letter to the Editors
Coming together to say no to poverty.
Resources for Study and Action
Letter to the Editors
Defying the assumption that Serbs and ethnic Albanians are incapable of peaceful coexistence, leaders of the religious communities of Kosovo issued a common statement for reconciliation.
A new report shows that the current economic boom is not finding its way to the collection plate.
Two Guatemalan military officers have been arrested and charged with the April 1998 murder of Catholic bishop and human rights advocate Juan Jose Gerardi.
The U.S. prison population passed the two million mark in February, provoking vigils and protests in more than 40 U.S. cities.
Bringing people together.
Letter to the Editors
Letter to the Editors
For around $2,500 you too can be a DJ in the micro-radio revolution.
Honorable work and restful renewal are both aspects of responsibility.