Month: June 2008

Igniting a revolution of hope

Henni Helleman’s review of Everything Must Change: Jesus, Global Crises, and a Revolution of Hope by Brian D. McLaren.

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A practical manual for peace finding

Jim Joosse reviews Finding Peace by Jean Vanier.

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A faithful, meditative, strong voice for peace

Joe Gunn’s review of Rabble-Rouser for Peace: The authorized biography of Desmond Tutu by John Allen.

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Equality and Diversity: Which is trump?

Kathy Vandergrift’s review of Uneasy Partners: Multiculturalism and Rights in Canada by Janice Gross-Stein, et al.

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Taking up the mantle – CPJ gives thanks

In this 45th anniversary year, we look back with thankfulness to the many different people who helped lay the foundations for CPJ and public justice in Canada. From the founding members to our new supporters, CPJ has been blessed with many dedicated, strong voices for justice.

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Going beyond the material: Re-orienting our societies and economies

Gerda Kits reviews The Economics of Happiness: Building genuine wealth by Mark Anielski.

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Discovering “unexpected moments of fullness”

Emily Hutten reviews sub-merge: Living deep in a shallow world: Service, justice and contemplation among the world’s poor by John B. Hayes.

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Determining the link between health and poverty

Maria Páez Victor reviews Poverty and Policy in Canada: Implications for health and quality of life by Dennis Raphael.

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Eating local: a new take on an old theme

Annie McKitrick’s review of The 100-Mile Diet: A year of local eating by Alisa Smith and J.B. MacKinnon.

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A handbook for ‘do it yourself’ advocacy

Chandra Pasma’s review of The Art of the Possible: A handbook for political activism by Amanda Sussman.

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