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Fewer than 100 people in the world have ever reached the highest peaks of the seven highest mountains. Erik Weihenmayer just joined that elite group. And, incidentally, he’s blind. ... posted on Oct 30 2002, 999 reads

 


The Fair Trade agreement was established to ensure that the vast majority of the world's coffee farmers (who are small holders) get a fair price for their harvests in order to achieve a decent living.... posted on Oct 29 2002, 1,272 reads

 


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If you found yourself on the early bus in Jackson, Mississippi, you might just be lucky enough to have Sheila O'Flaherty as a fellow passenger. She would look you over, and if you happened to be under age ten, she might fumble in her canvas bag and pull out a library book, and offer to read to you between stops. If this turned out to be your regular route, say, on the way to a public school across... posted on Oct 26 2002, 518 reads

 


Due to the vast destruction of tropical forests, the remaining shade-grown coffee plantations of Mexico, Central America, Colombia and the Caribbean have become the last safe haven for songbirds, hummingbirds and other native and migratory birds.... posted on Oct 25 2002, 1,247 reads

 


Rainier Prep is one of a growing number of after school and summer programs that focus on helping minority students reach their full potential. Hard work and support are key.
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The Campaign for Courtesy in the United Kingdom launched its national 'Day of Courtesy' on October 4 with the theme that better manners would greatly reduce the cost of the National Health Service. The Campaign is suggesting that people should slow down, try harder to listen to others and relax their faces into a smile.... posted on Oct 23 2002, 1,152 reads

 


Is it possible to change the world by what you eat? According to Thich Naht Hanh, a Buddhist teacher, the change would be profound.
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