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  • Challenge the wealthy, protest in Wall Street

    Reverend Billy and others protested on Wall Street on September 17.

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  • Jane Doe

    An obscure federal program helped “Jane Doe” escape severe domestic abuse by changing her identity and relocating her. Then the Alberta government blew her cover. My article about Jane Doe appears in today’s “Globe and Mail”:http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/national/prairies/abused-mother-seeks-redress-after-government-breaches-her-altered-identity/article2129371/.

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  • Zondervan happy to eat at Murdoch’s table

    Zondervan says the fact that they are owned by a media tycoon of dubious repute poses no ethical dilemma for them. The websites of _CNN, USA Today,_ and _The New York Observer_ have all picked up the story.

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  • Zondervan ‘sin tax’ great idea

    Will Braun’s blog post on Rupert Murdoch is insightful.

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  • Rupert Murdoch: Bible mogul

    Most Christians don’t know that media giant “Rupert Murdoch”:http://www.forbes.com/lists/2010/10/billionaires-2010_Rupert-Murdoch_639W.html – the guy who had to shut down his British tabloid “_News of the World_”:http://www.newsoftheworld.co.uk/ amidst international scandal – owns the “world’s leading Bible publisher”:http://www.zondervan.com/Cultures/en-US/Company/Facts/About.htm?QueryStringSite=Zondervan, Zondervan. What are we to make of this mix of billionaire media tycoonery, dingy tabloid dealings and the Holy Word of God?

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  • Pope knows food

    Critiquing the system that keeps 925 million people hungry, Pope Benedict recently said, “Food has become the object of speculation and is tied to the movements of financial markets which. . . seem fixated on the single objective of profit?” Now the church just needs to stop using Eucharistic wafers made with flour from the same profit-driven system.

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  • Job opening: Associate publisher, part time position

    We have a job opening here at Geez. We’re looking for an associate publisher to work part time, 12.5 hours a week, starting in July if possible.

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  • Review

    Review: Wasteland

    In 2007, world-renowned artist Vik Muniz set about to change the lives of a group of people through art by integrating the materials they handle every day.

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  • Welcome Bre Woligroski

    The _Geez_ staff has a new recruitee: Bre Woligroski. She’s taking on the role of Associate Editor, and will be working closely with Editor Aiden Enns in the development of upcoming magazines.

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  • Toronto Star shines on Geez

    Geez magazine is reviewed by features writer Leslie Scrivener in the Toronto Star, Canada’s largest daily paper.

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