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Four class outlines for teaching Care of the Environment 

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Present Time No. 171

(Vol. 45, No. 3) April 2013

 

Preserving the environment is connected to all the other challenges we face. It's just one of the many reasons for interrupting the damaging policies of governments and corporations.

Tim Jackins

Table of Contents

  1. Building Indigenous RC in Australia, Rie Shiraishi
  2. A Statement from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Co-Counsellors
  3. An Introduction to a Pre-World Conference
  4. Family Work: Pioneering and Revolutionary, Emma Perrot
  5. Cleaning Out an Anesthesia Recording, Harvey Jackins3
  6. Seeing the Person and the Pattern at the Same Time, Harvey Jackins
  7. Mistakes Are Okay, S.J. Shashikala
  8. Setting Limits—A Session, Manitonquat (Medicine Story)
  9. Making Good Use of Tim’s Talks, Nancy Perini
  10. Take Charge of Your Mind, Harvey Jackins
  11. Reflections on an Early Sexual Memories Workshop
  12. Thoughts About Dyslexic People (Thoughts About Dyslexic People)
  13. “Today’s Thought”, Tim Jackins
  14. No Need to Accept Discouraged Thinking, Harvey Jackins
  15. Present Time Index Ad
  16. Discharging “Superman” Distress, Mike Markovits
  17. The Reward Is This Moment, Michael Newsom
  18. “Love Awaits Me at Every Turn”, Jane Gramlich
  19. Always Pleased, Never Satisfied, Jo Saunders
  20. “Mental Health” Labels, and Information Coordinators, Tim
  21. Children, and Violent Events
  22. Using Discharge to Heal from a Concussion, Goof Buijs
  23. Thinking My Way through Breast Cancer
  24. Challenging the Limits of Internalized Racism
  25. A Groundbreaking Workshop, Malana Rogers-Bursen
  26. Fully Liberated within Our Own Cultures, Rachel Kieffer
  27. Proud of Being Indian, Sujata Maini
  28. More Closeness in Our Cultures, Sharon Wolf
  29. Toward a Big Life, Anupama Singh Yadav
  30. I Am Home, Nazish Riaz
  31. Interrupting Racism in the Present, Patricia L. Mallory-Oduba
  32. I Am Truly Central, Amisha Patel
  33. We Get to Win
  34. Better as We Get Older, Harvey Jackins
  35. The Oppression of Regional or National Groups, International Commonality Reference Person for Wide World Change
  36. Moving Beyond the Iron Curtain, Violeta Vajda
  37. From an Israeli Jew of Eastern European Heritage, Tami Shamir
  38. Negative Feelings Come from Outside, Harvey Jackins
  39. “Literacy Privilege”, Louisa Flander
  40. Alcohol as a Liberation Issue, “Benjamin Rush”
  41. White Working-Class Women and Anti-Jewish Oppression, Diane Balser
  42. A White Jewish Working-Class Woman, Ela ThierNew York, New York, USA
  43. White Catholic Working-Class Women, Joanne Bray
  44. Same Amount of Patterns, Harvey Jackins
  45. Redefining Grandmotherhood, Jerry Ann Yoder
  46. Ending Male Domination in Melbourne, Australia, Vicky Grosser
  47. NEW! Language Liberation on the RC Web Site
  48. The Roots of Unfounded Expectations, Bas Hurkmans
  49. “I Will Not Be Bribed Anymore”, Benjamin Altman
  50. Possible to Stay and Fight After All, “Nancy Drew”
  51. Nap Time, Sojourner Truth
  52. Ruah Hadashah No. 11, Marya Axner, Editor
  53. New DVD:Moving Toward Liberation
  54. The Liberation of the Middle Class
  55. Addressing difficulties in Leadership (Addressing difficulties in Leadership), Diane Shisk
  56. Cada persona es un líder (Everyones A Leader), Traducido de inglés por Ellen Tait
  57. Visibly Client and Co-Counselor, Harvey Jackins
  58. Important note
  59. A Leaders’ Class on the Guidelines, Bas Hurkmans
  60. Counseling Disabled People, Kath Silard
  61. Introducing RC in Northern Ghana, Gmabi Philip
  62. A Great Opportunity, Lorenzo Garcia
  63. Gordon’s Retirement, Tim Jackins
  64. Individual Leadership, Harvey Jackins
  65. Dancing!, Jennifer Berry
  66. Door Shut Quote, Rabindranath Tagore
  67. A New Kind of Communicator, Tim Jackins
  68. Intelligent People Can Make It Work, Harvey Jackins
  69. Care of the Environment in Northern Uganda
  70. Grand Show Quote, John Muir
  71. Sustaining All Life, —Tim Jackins
  72. Deciding to Be Counselor, Dawn Graham
  73. Moving Against Language Oppression, Emmy Rainwalker

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