Monthly archive December, 2003
Making a list, checking it twice ...

Making a list, checking it twice …

Vote for the BEST OF InTheFray 2003!

Readers’ Choice: Top ten activists in America
Editors’ Choice: Top ten crusaders for social justice
Movements in a new America, by Ben Helphand

The battle after Seattle (part two)

BEST OF IDENTIFY 2003 (tie). Four years after the landmark 1999 protests in Seattle, times are tougher for the global justice movement. But activists are adapting by broadening their ranks, shifting their tactics, and envisioning an alternative world.

The battle after Seattle

BEST OF IDENTIFY 2003 (tie). Four years after the landmark 1999 protests in Seattle, times are tougher for the global justice movement. But activists are adapting by broadening their ranks, shifting their tactics, and envisioning an alternative world.

Readers’ Choice: Top ten activists in America

Your picks for the top ten U.S. activists working for social justice.

It’s lonely at the top

Every generation likes to think it stands at the end of time. But there are good reasons for activists to remember their history — and remember their humility.

Fear totalitarianism

BEST OF IMAGE 2003 (runner-up)

Dodging rubber bullets at the Miami FTAA ministerial.

Burning Man Lights a Fire

Burning Man Lights a Fire

Best of In The Fray 2003. The Nevada desert art event doesn’t just produce art, it produces citizens.

Burning Man lights a fire

BEST OF IMAGINE 2003 (tie). The Nevada desert art event doesn’t just produce art, it produces citizens.