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Posted on: Dec 20, 2004, Source: WireTap

The national, student-based Free Culture movement is built around protecting the "digital commons," or the potentially vast world of art and culture that belongs to everyone and can be owned by no one. Never heard of it? That's exactly what they're trying to change.

Posted on: Oct 14, 2004, Source: WireTap

One enforces standardized tests, the other promises a federal trust fund; one pushes shame, the other promotes equality. Contrast and compare the Bush and Kerry approaches to education in America.

Posted on: Oct 26, 2003, Source: WireTap

In the name of protecting free speech, right wing college publications are on the rise -- with help from national foundations.

Posted on: Apr 21, 2003, Source: WireTap

Every Earth Day, ten corporations who cynically exploit environmentalist sentiment are given 'Don't Be Fooled Awards.' And the winners for 2003 are . . .

Posted on: Apr 6, 2003, Source: WireTap

WireTap Guest Editor Michael Gaworecki explains why he chose Music and Activism as the focus of this project, and why music plays such a significant role in shaping our views of the world.

Posted on: Mar 9, 2003, Source: WireTap

Students at more than 350 high schools and colleges participated in a one-day strike for peace in Iraq. Yet many remained on the sidelines as spectators, leaving the protesting and the warmongering to someone else.

Posted on: Feb 24, 2003, Source: WireTap

Signing those Selective Service registration cards has largely been a symbolic act for America's young men. But a bill proposed in the House of Representatives this past January could make that one signature a life or death choice for all of today's youth.

Posted on: Dec 17, 2002, Source: WireTap

Many college campuses are leading the way toward a more sustainable society -- by rethinking their own infrastructures.

Posted on: Oct 22, 2002, Source: WireTap

From the rez to the block, from British Columbia to Albuquerque -- hear from youth on the next wave of Native organizing.

Posted on: Oct 7, 2002, Source: WireTap

Think you're too young to make a difference? Hear from three recipients of the 2002 Brower Youth Awards who are doing their part to work for "conservation, preservation and restoration."