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- AMERICAN DREAMS: STEVE VIVIAN makes the case against using the American educational system to teach that consumerism equals citizenship. "Wall Street's Cum Laude"
- Weekly cartoons by OLIVER GASPIRTZ. Come back every Sunday for an update of CARTOONS BY GASPIRTZ.
- DAY ONE: KEVIN CAREY commends renewed Western attention to Africa. "Africa"
- G21 EUROPE: RASTISLAV DURMAN begins his new series "Letters to Mr. Life"
- G21 NEWS: RIC WILLIAMS editorializes about the battle between Minnesota loggers and the US Forest Service. "Paul Bunyan -v- US Forest Service."
- HOT LINKS(Not from Louisiana): RAHEEM adds to his list of Web Sites worth a look.
- MEMOIRS OF THE INFORMATION AGE: A conversation with Mark Hurst of CreativeGood.com.
- MY GLASS HOUSE: ROD AMIS remembers the defining fact of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s life, visits Web sites of interest, shares another nightmare. "A Motherless Child"
- POWERSSOUND: BOB POWERS spins new music from RUBY BRAFF and wonders when the record companies will get back to work. "Braff Now, Braff in 78, Strings, Too"
- PLANETARY MADNESS: JENNIFER BLUE has this week's horoscope for your amusement and amazement.
FEED THE HUNGRY. You can help someone else in this world and IT WON'T COST YOU A DIME. If you simply remember to drop by The Hunger Site every day that you surf and click a simple button ONE LESS PERSON WILL GO HUNGRY. The food is distributed by the United Nations World Food Programme and paid for through the sponsorship of companies that care. Do your part.
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