Between The Lines' Melinda Tuhus spoke with Father Roy Bourgeois, who founded the School of the America's Watch more than a decade ago, to bring attention to the human rights violations of its graduates.
"Poverty levels actually increased during the 1990s when an increasing proportion of the population got jobs. Creating jobs doesn’t cure poverty if 90% of the jobs created pay poverty-level wages."
- taken from the Anxiety Culture website, www.anxietyculture.com
On June 4th a two-day court case was heard over the fate of a beautiful public reservation in Princeton Massachusetts. A civil case was filed against Wachusett Mountain Associates, The MA DEM and the MA Executive Office of Environmental Affairs due to the permitting technicalities in the case of a proposed expansion of the Wachusett ski area.