Welcome to the latest Just Post roundtable, a collection of posts from the month of July on topics relating to social justice hosted here and at Cold Spaghetti.
Just Posts for a Just World, July 2010.
- Absence of Alternatives with Remember the Gulf
- Citizen of the Month with I Cannot Imagine
- Flying Tomato Farms with Junk Food and Other Magic and Local Food in Vermillion Schools Hurrah
- Cold Spaghetti with No Need for Missionaries
- Fledgling with Hands ON and Get to Know Tim Wise
- Knitnut with What’s Harper Got Against the Census Anyway
- Mary Murtz with I Get a Little Soap Boxy… and The Choices We Make the Things We Hold Onto
- Food Ponderings with Welcome
- ShrinkWrap with Why I Should Not Allow My Dad to Drive Me to the Airport
- Collecting Tokens with Petroleum Junkie Part 3
- Bayou Woman with Gulf Spill Update
- Shore Acres with Galveston Rising – The Trees
- Parenting by the Light of the Moon with Lessons for my Son
- Taco Girl with Global Giving Green Open Challenge
- The Bottom of Heaven with The Bluest Eye Bloggers Roundtable, and participants: Cold Spaghetti with Poverty, Invisibility, and Dignity, Zetta Elliot with Legacy of Colorism, Xavier Passavant with Human Rights and Global Reach, and Claudia with Celebrating Toni Morrison’s TBE
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4 thoughts on “The July 2010 Just Posts”
The links aren’t working… I guess WordPress really has wreaked havoc!
Thanks for pointing that out, Sally! It shoud be fixed now. I posted in a hurry before travelling, and didn’t notice that the WordPress editor had mucked with the links. (It’s not really their fault this time. It’s a quirk related to putting html in things posted by email. It formats things to display the html codes instead of the resulting markup characteristics. I thought I fixed it, but apparently I only made it look fixed. Oops.)
Thank you and Holly again for doing this. I have checked out several posts. Good stuff! Tweeting this now.