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Access and Accessibility, May 1996
26: Access and Accessibility 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.
26: Access and Accessibility 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.
26: Access and Accessibility Knowledge, Disillusionment, Imperialism: The Peace Corps In the Philippines
Rena Diamond
The war of borders is a war waged by the West on a global scale to preserve its values.
26: Access and Accessibility Public and Private Immigrants
John Brady
Not a simple attempt at park beautification but rather an exclusionary social practice aimed at denying immigrants access to a public space.
26: Access and Accessibility Who Owns Art?
Kim Nicolini
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.
26: Access and Accessibility 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.
26: Access and Accessibility Professional Women
Annalee Newitz
I am a fourth-generation professional woman. Women on my mother's side of the family were going to college in the nineteenth century.
26: Access and Accessibility 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?
26: Access and Accessibility Radical Invasion Of New Media
Chris Carlsson
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.

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