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Access and Accessibility, May 1996
- Introduction: No Access?
Annalee Newitz, Jillian Sandell
Political and social ideas which question basic, commonsense notions about how we should lead our lives are not as easy to find as one might think.
- Voices from the Collective: The Unabomber
- After Ted Kaczynski was arrested as the suspected Unabomber, Bad listmembers began discussing what impact his actions might have.
- Knowledge, Disillusionment, Imperialism: The Peace Corps In the Philippines
The war of borders is a war waged by the West on a global scale to preserve its values.
- Public and Private Immigrants
Not a simple attempt at park beautification but rather an exclusionary social practice aimed at denying immigrants access to a public space.
- Who Owns Art?
I have learned more through my experience with inner-city teens than I could ever hope to learn from a university. It is time for the elite minority to move out of the limits of their class privilege and share their resources.
- Hard Left
Charlie Bertsch, Joel Schalit
Why are leftists hard to understand? This is a simple question. And it is especially relevant today, when the left is in retreat.
- Professional Women
I am a fourth-generation professional woman. Women on my mother's side of the family were going to college in the nineteenth century.
- Five White Guys Sitting Around Talking
Sean Heron, David Keiser, Eric Rofes, Tony Smith, Matt Wray
How can I begin to act as an agent of change if I do not acknowledge my limitations and those things which limit me?
- Radical Invasion Of New Media
Grassroots production and distribution takes a lot of work, of lot of it in the form of sweat equity, but if you're passionate about expressing yourself, the barriers are not as great as you might think.