“Science has a lot of political ramifications that most people don’t truly realize.” If you have not seen it yet, MESJ teacher Barbara Gajda was interviewed by the Manitoba Teacher on bringing together social justice and science. See the article, “The Justice Resonance”, here.
Check out the great write up on MESJ in the latest edition of the Manitoba Teacher Magazine (April/May edition). It’s on page 12! http://www.mbteach.org/left-menu-pages/teacher.html
Workshops in Sustainability & Equality (WISE). Looking for a fresh new alternative to SAGE for Oct 2014? WISE will be held on October 24, 2014, from 9-3, at the Winnipeg Adult Education Centre. Registration fees are $20, payable at the door. Please register via the Facebook event page (see below) or by sending us an email. […]
Mr. John Amoko, President of COSSCOM has replied and outlined the urgent need in South Sudan (See South Sudan blog post). Here are his comments: Thank you so much for your email and for your willingness to help in the upcoming fundraiser. This fundraiser is to specifically support those who were displaced by the war […]
We are concerned with the humanitarian crisis that has rocked South Sudan for the past month. The situation is complex and we will attempt over the next few weeks to help educators uncoverit’s complexity. For now, we believe that supporting the community here in Winnipeg is essential. The Council of South Sudanese Community of Manitoba […]
For many years, MESJ members have supported fair trade initiatives in Manitoba schools. Fair trade goods are produced by people and communities that benefit from better wages, better working conditions and better environments in which to live. Still, fair trade offers no solutions to the general trends of falling wages, worsening working conditions, and ecological […]
Here are a few recent articles and reports to use for your study of the assault on Gaza Mark Levine (International law and Gaza) Belen Fernandez (Dershowitz and Gaza) Ceasefire under effect (BBC) Bus bomb hits Tel Aviv (Democracy Now) The Palestine Center Debate: Resolving the conflict