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From Central America to Iraq 8-27-04

By Noam Chomsky
 

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LOCAL Review :: Arts & Culture : Education & Youth

ART IN ACTION performance pix, vol 3

PartyStarted.jpgThe final installment of pix from the Art In Action performance on Wednesday night, Aug 25.
 

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LOCAL Review :: Arts & Culture : Education & Youth

ART IN ACTION performance pix, vol 2

ArtRev.jpgMore pictures from the Art In Action performance at the Vets' Hall, Wednesday night.
 

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LOCAL Review :: Arts & Culture : Education & Youth

ART IN ACTION performance pix

MilitaryOppression.jpgThe Art in Action Camp is a ten-day summer camp for 16 to 25 year-olds that brings together poets, singers, dancers, artists and other young visionaries to create a vision of freedom and hope for the future—while voicing opposition to corporate war abroad and the criminalization of youth at home.

Art in Action took place this year from August 16 through August 25 at the Quaker Center in Ben Lomond, on an 80-acre redwood forest just twenty minutes north of Santa Cruz. Art in Action's final day, August 25, concluded with a 7:00 pm evening public performance in the Santa Cruz Veteran's Hall at 846 Front Street, Santa Cruz.

vol 2 I vol 3 ]
 

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Commentary :: Education & Youth : Gender & Sexuality

“Playing House? As Kids: What Kids Learn Through Play

When I was a kid, we would "play house." That meant we would pretend to be a happily married, middle class couple, living in the suburbs, where the women raised the children, cleaned house and made food, and the men left home every weekday morning for work, and returned at 6 pm, exhausted, to be served food by the woman...
 

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