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Book Reviews

The following books were reviewed in this issue of voices:

Vital Signs 2001
The Worldwatch Institute

Washington, DC: Worldwatch Institute, 2001
Grassroots Journalism
A Practical Manual for Doing the Kind of Newswriting That Doesn't Just Get People Angry, But Active - That Doesn't Just Inform, But Inspires

By Eesha Williams
New York, NY: The Apex Press, 2000
The Cost of Cool
Youth, Consumption & the Environment

Hosted by Alexandra Paul, produced by Population
San Francisco, CA: The Video Project

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Table of Contents

"As we see all around us, racism and racial discrimination continue unabated. Although we refer to our world as a global village, it is a world sadly lacking in the sense of closeness towards neighbour and community which the word village implies. In each region, and within all countries, there are problems stemming from either a lack of respect for, or lack of acceptance of, the inherent dignity and equality of all human beings. Our world is witness to serious ethnic conflicts; to discrimination against minorities, indigenous peoples and migrants workers; the accusation of institutionalized racism in police forces; harsh immigration and asylum policies; hate sites on the Internet and youth groups promoting intolerance and xenophobia."
– Mary Robinson,
United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights
24 March 1999



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