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Current Issue: Week 8. Week of October 17, 2004
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California State University, Dominguez Hills
University of Wisconsin, Parkside
Created: August 27, 2004
Latest Update: october 15, 2004

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Moving Transform Discussion Group to Yahoo.

We are trying to move the online discussion group to Yahoo Groups because we are unable to use threading and archiving on the CSUDH server. Until I can set up my own software, I'm hopin that the Yahoo solution will work for us.

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Topic of the Week

How Community Works Across the Internet with Ontological Hope

I'm not even sure one can say that: ontological hope. Freire said we have an ontological need for hope. But you know what I mean. And I'm not a philosopher, not writing textbooks to be sure you'll say it the "right" way. I'm just someone along the way sharing what I've learned with all I can, that we may find each other as the means to satisfy that ontological need.

Voting Information

  • Propositions - Recommendations and Analysis in Detail: League of Women Voters of California
  • Propositions 60 and 62: Primary Elections Berkeley
  • Proposition 66: Limitation on "Three-Strikes" Law Berkeley

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