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June 25, 2004 Features

Day to Day: Life in Occupied Palestine

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photo essay by Jon Elmer

A photo essay

June 24, 2004 Comics

"Hero"

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June 24, 2004 Accounts

Fair's Fair

coffee_ft_fp.jpg Meribeth Deen visits Fair Trade coffee farms in Nicaragua.

Marketing and reality in the coffee trade

June 24, 2004 Arts

Zen and the Art of Gender Maintenance

tootall_fp.jpgAre you really in love? Does your best friend really hate you? Are you an annoying person? There is now a new quiz on the market to help with an even more important question: What gender are you, really? Kate Bornstein's My Gender Workbook uses the artistically neglected literary form of the women's magazine quiz to address the realities of gender politics. Since the demographic that magazine quizzes usually address is overwhelmingly female, and a fairly specific spin on female at that, Bornstein's quiz creates a tension within women-focused "literature".

- by Max Liboiron -

June 24, 2004 Environment

Crop Control

silo_fp.jpgThe battle over genetically engineered (GE) foods raged on in the month of May, with uncertain victories declared on two fronts. On May 10th, biotech giant Monsanto announced that it was "deferring all further plans to introduce Roundup Ready wheat" into the marketplace. While opponents to GE foods were still celebrating, however, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled in favour of Monsanto on May 21st, in the controversial Schmeiser case. As the dust settles on fields across Canada, farmers, consumers, and activists are struggling to understand the implications of these decisions.

- by Hillary Lindsay -

Genetically modified crops threaten organic growers

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