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About this Issue — March 2019

For March, we invited articles on justice in all its dimensions. Inside these pages, you’ll find articles that question the basis of actions and proposed actions at the local, state and international levels: evictions, sentencing, invading Venezuela, surrendering Julian Assange to the US for prosecution. You’ll also find accounts of how people are trying to use the current political/electoral systems to enact more just policies.

Theme for April:

The food issue: production, consumption, transformation.

Warming temperatures, green shoots and swelling buds bring many of us out to garden. Farmers are already selling subscriptions to community supported agriculture projects. And a focus on food pushes past local food sheds to include issues of zoning, land use planning, food deserts, actions taken with an eye towards mitigating the effects of climate change and structural inequality. Send articles and photos to by March 17, 2019.

Upcoming themes

May: International Workers’ Day and the evolution of work

June: housing and houselessness

On the Cover, March 2019: Photo by Lindsey Dalthorp

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