Available now on a sidewalk near you, and on this website as downloadable PDF: Michelle Diehl and Terry Messman on Berkeley merchants' "sit-lie" ordinance and protests to defeat it. Carol Harvey on an empty building takeover last month in San Francisco. Brian Woodson, West Virginia AFSC staffer Rick Wilson, Judy Andreas, Lynda Carson, and Jack Bragen on pressures on the poor in the economic recession. Mary Meriam reviews poet Julia Vinograd's collection, When Even the Sky Hurts. And more ...
AFSC staff, volunteers, and partners marched, chanted and made signs to mark Tax Day. From Los Angeles to Boston, Indianapolis to Pittsburgh, dozens gathered, and garnered much positive reaction from onlookers.
The April issue of Street Spirit is now out, on the streets and as a PDF on this website. Sally Hindman, Sue Halpern, and Carol Denney write about Berkeley's responses to our homeless residents. Linda Carson and AFSC staff Eric Moon on budget priorities in Sacramento, Whitney Gent and AFSC's Sandra Schwartz on priorities in Washington DC. David Hartsough reviews Maxine Kaufman-Lacusta's Refusing to Be Enemies. And articles by Michael Hubman, Norman Solomon, Judy Andreas, and T.J. Johnston, plus poetry.
David Burress of the Ad Astra Institute of Kansas presented this information at a panel organized by AFSC and the Institute of Labor Studies, UMKC on May 22, 2010. For more info, visit www.adastrainstitute.org.
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