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Conscious Choice April 2007 Issue - Features

Conscious Choice April 2007 Issues - Features

Conscious Enlightenment publications
Pioneering the $230 billion LOHAS market for decades:
Conscious Choice (Chicago), Whole Life Times (Los Angeles) Common Ground (SF), Seattle’s Conscious Choice,, Organic Media Design, CE Productions.
Consciousness: *Social *Cultural *Green *Health *Food *Art *Yoga *Meditation *Spiritual

Eco-Apartheid: Why is the green movement so lily white?
The LOHAS sector is probably the most racially segregated part of the U.S. economy—in terms of its customers, owners and employees. Changing that could create better health, more jobs and increased wealth for communities that need all three.

Building the Green Economy
As more and more people have realized that our profit-driven industrial activity is destroying Mother Nature’s ability to support human life, the green economy has entered the mainstream.

Conversations: Bill McKibben
Interview by RITZY RYCIAK

Does the FBI hate our freedom (of the press)?
Twenty-four-year-old Josh Wolf has served more prison time for refusing a court order than any other journalist in U.S. history.
Exclusive Interview by CAROLINE CASPER

Food, Not Bombs
Serving meals in a radical way: for free
By Jeff Conant

The Fundamental Unity of All Things
While Tibetans struggle for autonomy, their spiritual leader and his ambassador continue to preach a message of universal oneness
By Charles Shaw


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