Monthly Archives: October 2014

signal boost for Sustainable and Equitable Urban Planning conference

Judith Eversley, a colleague from Bath CND, is planning an upcoming conference (5-7 November): “Equality in the City: Making Cities Socially Cohesive” or Peace, ShiraDestinie, 26.10.12014 HE Universal Date: Thursday, 26 October, 12014 H.E. (Holocene/Human Era) orig:

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The War on Drugs -What happened to The War on Poverty?

Change has to come. But it does not have to be bloody. Yes, local elections, won in large numbers, can change things if the Federal government allows the change. But at the same time, I am convinced, we must have … Continue reading

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Avant-d’être-Adulte, les Adultes, et les Rites de Passage

ENGLISH  Chers Amis voici une autre idée pour vous : Un nouveau rite de passage . On a besoin d’un nouveau rite de passage dont chaque adolescent doit a son plein gré enseigner quelqu’un, de zéro, une habilité utile et important . … Continue reading

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How Books (& thus Public Libraries) Save Lives: Class Diffs, People Potential

From: Jeanne Benameur’s Les Insurrections Singulières shows a young working class man grow through daring to leave his home -with an elderly lover of books as his guide. Short of the Basic Income and Universal Health Care (as a … Continue reading

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Est-ce que je suis une adulte ? Partie 1 : La Définition

( ENGLISH : ) Mes critères pour être adulte sont au nombre de six : D’abord, chaque enfant doit être capable 1. de nager, autant que faire se peut 2. de se défendre (émotionnellement et physiquement), autant que faire se peut 3. … Continue reading

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