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Week 486 Bird on a Square" one of eight totem sculptures surrounding Queen Califia in Queen Califia's Magical Circle by internationally-acclaimed artist Niki de Saint Phalle. Kit Carson Park, Escondido, California. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 485 Getting to know a horse.The Missouri Rural Crisis Center hosts the “Family Farm Livestock” Farm Camp, connecting urban and rural youth, farmers and community leaders at two farms in Howard County, Missouri to learn about growing the local food chain.
Week 484 Photo by Rupert Fike. Photograph commentary: Even if you've made a point of getting off the Interstate, you still find yourself going 70 until a scene like this flashes by, and you go, "Whoa, did I just see that?" So you turn around, go back, almost get your truck stuck in the muck, take off your shoes and get as close as possible. I'm not sure why it's so milky white - the light perhaps? Algae? Early pollen? In Appling County, Georgia on a no number road.
Week 483 Members of the recycling cooperative El Amanecer de los Cartoneros (Dawn of the Cartoneros) which works with CTEP and MTE (Movimiento de Trabajadores Excluidos / Movement of Excluded Workers), in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 482 International Holocaust Remembrance Day 2017. Barracks in the Nazi German Auschwitz II - Birkenau Camp in southern Poland. Birkenau became the largest center for the extermination of Jews and the largest concentration camp of the network of Nazi concentration and extermination camps. Photos by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 481 The Women's March, during the rain. 40,000 march in San Diego, California, January 21, 2017. More than a million marched throughout the U.S and internationally against the rhetoric and threatened policies of the newly inaugurated President Trump. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 480 In the dark. A portion of a line of ships wait for permission to enter the Houston Ship Channel. View from the Galveston sea wall. Texas. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 479 On choosing a leader. The "office of the SS man on duty", Block 11 (The Camp Jail) of the Auschwitz Nazi German concentration camp and extermination center at Oswiecim, Poland. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 478

Dr. Gregory Cajete at the All Indian Pueblo Cultural Center in Albuquerque, New Mexico in front of a section of a mural by D.C. Arquero © '98. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke. Read an interview with Gregory Cajete: Science From A Native Perspective:
How Do We Educate for A Sustainable Future
, Albuquerque and the Turquoise Trail, New Mexico.

Week 477

Water flows down from the Cordillera del Viento (Mountain Range of the Wind) near Chos Malal, Neuquén Province, Argentina. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke. Chos Malal is located between the Curi Leuvú river and the Neuquén river near the Andes Mountains and the border with Chile. Read an interview with Yanet Alarcón, Mauricio Parada, and Pedro Huayquillan, Defending the Ancient Trails / the Culture
Chos Malal, Neuquén Province, Argentina

Week 476

Chickens on Annica Acres. Photo by Benjamin Cossel. Click to Read article Benjamin Cossel: My Road to Anicca Acres / "... my desire to connect with the world in a healing way melded with the idea of food justice."

Week 475 A member of the FaSinPat cooperative, at work at the Zanon Ceramics factory in Neuquén, in Neuquén province, Argentina. FaSinPat is an abbreviation of Fabrica Sin Patrones -- Factory Without Bosses. Click here to read an interview with FaSinPat member Jorge Bermudez. The interview discusses the situation before, and the process during and after, the workers took the factory in 2001 and created the FaSinPat workers cooperative. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 474 Paintings by the Chumash Indigenous people in a small sandstone cave high up in the Santa Ynez Mountains above the city of Santa Barbara, California. It is estimated the paintings were created in the 1600s and earlier. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 473 A young girl and (perhaps) her grandmother -- Childcare while herding goats along the traditional paths for moving goat herds as the seasons change. Close to the foothills of the Andes Mountains, in the Chos Milal department, Neuquén Province, Argentina. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 472 Pascuala Espinosa shares a look at her yarn spindle, with yarn made from local animals, and a textile she wove on her own loom. Villa del Curi Leuvú, in the foothills of the Andes Mountains, Neuquén Province, Argentina. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 471 "Almas" by French sculptor Christian Boltanski being constructed in the Museo de Bellas Artes in Santiago, Chile. The sculpture is composed of used clothes. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 470 Kyra Rice teaching nutrition to students at Sequoia Elementary School, Oakland, California. Photo courtesy Kyra Rice. See: Green Thumbs, Green Minds In Oakland by Paul Rockwell
Week 469 2-day-old turkeys on a mini-farm cooperative in Southern California.
Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 468 Sunset on the Viejas Reservation. Kumeyaay Nation. Southern California. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 467 Joshua Trees. Southern California. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 466 Yucca seeds, February. During the drought. Viejas Reservation. Kumeyaay Nation. Southern California. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 465 Virginia Franco showing off fresh fruits and squash blossoms (on the right) at the Women Occupy San Diego (WOSD) booth at the Sobreruedas Market in San Diego. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke. For more about the Sobreruedas, read Community Helps Community and Claiming Space: Involve the Alternative
Week 464 Mother hen looks after three-day-old chick on a mini-farm in Southern California. Learning about sustainability. Photo by Tammy Martin.
Week 463 "Martha Rodriguez, a fantastic basketmaker, brought over two granary baskets she made. ... Kumeyaay granary baskets are made with willow because it deters bugs. They are placed on raised platforms to keep the rodents out." Photo by Jill Richardson
Week 462 "Stop TPP" protest in Shibuya in Tokyo, Japan. March 14, 2013. Three photos by Jason Packman.
Week 461 Saturday, September 22, 2012, San Diego, California. -- San Diego's Largest Ever Rally Against Wal-Mart. Back on April 17, the Sherman Heights community in San Diego was shocked to see bulldozers tearing down the historic Farmers Market at Imperial and 21st. Wal-Mart had plans to replace the Farmers Market with a “Neighborhood Market.” By six o’clock the next morning, 50-60 community, union, and other friends of Sherman Heights were rallying in front of the Market, locking arms to stop the bulldozers. Five months later, the number of those opposed to this corporate assault had risen to the point that they called for this march and rally. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 460 September 17, 2012, San Diego, California. -- On the one year anniversary of Occupy Wall Street, Women Occupy San Diego, Occupy San Diego, Canvass for a Cause and other groups and individuals gathered on a freeway overpass to support California Proposition 37 to mandate the labelling of food which contains GMOs. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 459 July 7, 2012, San Diego, California. -- 200-300 people banging pots and pans marched in and around downtown San Diego calling for a stop to secret Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) negotiations held in San Diego from July 2-10. The pots and pans march culminated a week which included protests against the TPP as well as the international People's Conference: A Better World Is Possible. Held in several locations throughout the community, the People's Conference successfully brought people together to both criticize the TPP and also learn about sustainable alternatives to the TPP. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 458 On May 1, 2012, several hundred students, workers, and other community members held marches and demonstrations in different parts of San Diego. Photos by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 457 Demanding Justice for Trayvon Martin. On Sunday, March 25, 2012, several community groups came together in the City Heights neighborhood of San Diego to hold a rally to: Stand Up For Trayvon Martin. Photos by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 456 Hirohide Sakuma and Kyoko Sugasawa from the Fukushima region of Japan speak to two hundred protesters in Southern California at the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station. The March 11, 2011 event was both a commemoration on the one year anniversary of the Fukushima earthquake, tsunami and nuclear power plant disaster which killed close to 16,000 people (with more than 3,000 still missing) and also a call for the decommissioning of the San Onofre plant. Speakers told the protestors that San Onofre, which was currently shut down for repairs, has the worst safety record among U.S. nuclear plants. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 455 Struggling for Freedom of Expression / Condemning Indefinite Detention. On Saturday, February 4, Occupy San Diego (OSD), joined by Occupiers from other Southern California communities, marched to the intersection of 5th Avenue and E Street in downtown San Diego to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Free Speech Fight of 1912-1915. Simultaneously, they highlighted the current fight for freedom of expression by the Occupy movement. Photos by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 454 Tom Goldtooth, executive director of the Indigenous Environmental Network during the 2011 Bioneers Conference in San Rafael, Califorina. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 453 West Coast Port Shutdown. Occupy San Diego contributes to a coordinated Occupy Movement campaign on December 12, 2011. There were effectively full or partial shutdowns of ports in San Diego, Long Beach, Port Hueneme, Oakland, Portland, Longview, and Seattle. Support actions and protests took place in Vancouver, Anchorage, Coos Bay, Tacoma, Bellingham, Salt Lake City, Denver, Albuquerque, and Houston. As reported on http://westcoastportshutdown.org: The "'Wall Street on the Waterfront' campaign targeted the ports as sites of the corporate and financial power of the 1%, and were particularly directed at the investment banking giant Goldman Sachs and grain exporter EGT, which has been in conflict with the ILWU/Longshore workers for refusing to hire union dockworker." Photos by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 452 Occupy Oakland -- As part of a general strike in Oakland, at least 7,000 people (according to city officials) closed down the Port of Oakland, November 2, 2011. Photo by Nora Cody.
Week 451 Occupy San Diego -- A human sculpture, November 19, 2011. Facilitated by Michael Mufson. Series of 5. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke. (Click to see a larger version. Read all the signs and see where the money goes.)
Week 450 Occupy San Diego -- Bank Transfer Day, November 5, 2011. Series of 7. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 449 Rally of 500 people who came out to support the 51 people of Occupy San Diego arrested the night before, October 27. Series of 10. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 448 Occupy San Diego: 17 Photos of the First Two Days. Photos by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 447 Cat and pitchfork in the dairy barn of John Kinsman. Near Lime Ridge, Wisconsin. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 446 Cattle on the Allison/Perry farm near Armstrong, Missouri. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 445 A field of corn on a misty morning. The George Naylor farm, Churdan, Iowa. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 444 Dairy farmer John Kinsman reaches out to one of his cows on his farm near Lime Ridge, Wisconsin. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 443 The Farmer Labor Tractorade of 53 tractors drives into Madison, Wisconsin on Saturday March 12, 2011. The farmers came to join a crowd of 80-100,000 (according to Madison Police - as reported by AP). The growing movement in Madison is protesting moves by "Tea Party" Gov. Scott Walker and Republican legislators to deny state workers their right to collective bargaining. Photo by Ruth Simpson, courtesy Family Farm Defenders.
Week 442 A pelican taking off. Galveston, Texas. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 441

The Presidio, San Francisco. Photo by Leon Sun.

Week 440 A hawk between free flights at Parque Cóndor, Otavalo, Ecuador. Parque Cóndor is a refuge for birds of prey. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 439 San Jose Tofu Co., San Jose, California. Amy Nozaki makes delicious handmade tofu daily at San Jose Tofu. Photo by Bruce Takeo Akizuki.
Week 438 Manuel Zapata Olivella (left) and Ja A. Jahannes (right), August 1993, Bogotá, Colombia. Photo by Magdalena Agüero. Dr. Zapata was one of South America's foremost Black writers, intellectuals and activists. Dr. Ja A. Jahannes, writer and psychologist, is a frequent writer and lecturer on the African experience in the Americas, African American culture and esthetics. Magdalena Agüero is one of Latin America’s foremost documentary photographers and arts activists.
Week 437 Wetland reflections. San Elijo Lagoon Conservancy, California. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 436 On June 4th, 2010 about ten thousand Haitian peasants marched to protest US-based Monsanto Company's 'deadly gift' of seed to the government of Haiti. The march was seven kilometers from Papaye to Hinche, in a rural area on the central plateau, and was organized by several Haitian rural social movements that are proposing a development model based on food and seed sovereignty instead of industrial agriculture. Photo courtesy of La Vía Campesina.
Week 435 On May Day, 2010 over 25,000 people marched on the streets of San Francisco protesting Arizona's racist immigration bill. Arizona's new law will set back civil rights and workers rights for years. Photo by Bruce Takeo Akizuki.
Week 434 A black and white warbler, Galveston, Texas. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 433 Sweaters and scarves at the main office of ASARBOLSEM, a fair trade and economic solidarity organization which is run by its rural and suburban artisan producers. The main office is in El Alto, Bolivia. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 432 Awa Odori Women Dancers. Tokushima, Japan. Photo by Bruce Takeo Akizuki.
Week 431 The Nehru Man Self-Help Group - quarry workers in the Naganur village in the Thogaimalai block of Karur district, Tamil Nadu, India. Photo courtesy AREDS.
Week 430 The two volcanoes Concepción and Maderas on Ometepe island in Lake Nicaragua (Cocibolca). Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 429 Liu Qi Chao. Photo by Bruce Takeo Akizuki.
Week 428 Composer and musician Jon Jang. Photo by Bruce Takeo Akizuki.
Week 427 Waves. Galveston, Texas. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 426 On the farm. Armstrong, Missouri. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 425 In the woods, Armstrong, Missouri. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 424 The community of Meponda on the shores of Lake Niassa in northern Mozambique. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 423 Poet Alice Lovelace reading her poetry at a reception for Yes! Magazine during the 2007 United States Social Forum in Atlanta. Alice Lovelace is a co-editor of In Motion Magazine. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 422 Women's Front candidates arrive in Kadavur, Tamil Nadu during 2009 Indian elections. The Kadavur weekly market is attended by people from 100 villages. Also located in Kadavur is the Block Development Office (one of the administrative structures of the district). Christina Samy, general secretary of the Women's Front is speaking from the vehicle in the street before they all got out of the jeep to talk to villagers. The Women's Front candidates for office are Ms. Dania, a lawyer from Karur and Ms. Dhanaseeli of Dindigul. Photo taken by Women's Front.
Week 421 Yoon, Geum-Soon is the international coordinator of the Korean Women Peasants Association (KWPA), co-chairperson of the Korean Women’s Alliance, and a member of the International Coordinating Committee in Via Campesina. In 2005, she was one of 1,000 women proposed for the Nobel Peace Prize. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 420 Diógenes Lucio, former national director of legal affairs and human rights for FENOCIN (Confederación Nacional de Organizaciones Campesinas, Indígenas y Negras /The National Confederation of Peasant, Indigenous, and Black Organizations) in the offices of FENOCIN, Quito, Ecuador. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 419 SWATE observed International Women’s Day with a rally across Karur and a public meeting at the Thiruvalluavar ground in Karur (in Tamil Nadu, India). Photo by AREDS.
Week 418 Paul Nicholson speaks to delegates at the 5th international conference of La Via Campesina in Matola, Mozambique. Paul Nicholson is a member of EHNE (Euskal Herriko Nekazarien Elkartasuna), the Basque Farmers Union in the Basque Country, and a member of the International Coordinating Committee in Via Campesina. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 417 President of Mozambique Armando Guebuza (center) with two Via Campesina leaders Henry Saragih (left) and Rafael Alegria (right). Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 416 Lily pads in an irrigation channel in Marracuene in the valley of the Nkomati River. Maputo province, Mozambique. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 415 A freshly-washed carrot crop. The carrots were grown by members of a small farmers association in Marracuene, Maputo province, Mozambique. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 414 Vasco Macuacua, president of the Bolazo B Association in Marracuene, Maputo province, Mozambique. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 413 Fishermen pull in a catch of sardines on a beach in Maputo Bay, in southern Mozambique. Photos by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 412 U.S. President-elect Barack Obama waves to over 250,000 supporters at the Victory Night celebration in Grant Park, Chicago, November 4, 2008. Photo by Karen Chouhan.
Week 411 Members of the First of December farmers' association, which works with the national organization UNAC (União Nacional de Camponeses / National Peasants' Union) in the Sanga district, near Lichinga, in the Niassa province of Mozambique. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 410 Wall Street Bailout Revolt, New York City, September, 2008. Photo by Barry Weiser.
Week 409 Fields and the Mombacho volcano in southwest Nicaragua. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 408 Jose Maria Lorio, the captain of ferry #1 on Lake Nicaragua, heads towards Ometepe Island. Nicaragua. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 407 A spider monkey on the tiny island Isla de Monos, one of the Isletas in Lake Nicaragua near Granada, Nicaragua. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 406 A Great Egret comes into land among three cormorants. Galveston, Texas. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 405 On one side of the central plaza in Masaya, Nicaragua. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 404 An early morning view of the active Volcano Concepción. Concepción and Volcan Maderas together form the Isla de Ometepe in Lake Nicaragua (Cocibolca), Nicaragua. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 403 President Daniel Ortega Saavedra of Nicaragua and his wife Rosario Murillo at the 29th anniversary of the Repliegue Tactico a Masaya in Managua, Nicaragua. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 402 Dr. Luis Macas, past president of the Confederation of Indigenous Nationalities of Ecuador in the CONAIE offices, Quito, Ecuador. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 401 The Pantheon, Rome, Italy. It was re-built last, around 125 AD. For more history visit Wikipedia. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 400 On the Fundo Zamorano San Miguel Cooperative. Near Lake Maracaibo, Venezuela. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 399 New York University Bobst Library 2008. Photo by Barry Weiser.
Week 398 Working with bricks, Delhi, India. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 397 Naples, Italy, 1962. Photo by Barry Weiser.
Week 396 Merle Hansen, past president of the North American Farm Alliance on his farm in Nebraska, 1993. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 395 Marta Cumbe at a community meeting with FENOCIN in Shagalpud to discuss plans for a milk cooperative. Shagalpud, Cañar province, in the Andes Mountains, Ecuador. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 394 At the main entrance to the presidential palace. Quito, Ecuador. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 393 Maria de Jesus Dulcelina Nicolalde Navarette in Cayambi, Ecuador. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 392 38th Anniversary of the Massacre at Tlatelolco taken in Jalapa, Vera Cruz, Mexico. October 2, 2006. Photo by Barry Weiser.
Week 391 San Francisco May Day, 2007. Immigrants Rights Demo. Photo by Bruce Akizuki.
Week 390 Goats in a corral in the countryside of Pichincha province, Ecuador. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 389 Rosa Rueda and her daughter Kelly Vara Rueda (grandson David Alexandro Morón tagging along) bring out family-grown organic food to be loaded on to a pick-up truck for a trip to the market. Rosa Rueda is a member of the Salao community women's group "The 26th of April" in the Santa Cruz department of Bolivia. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke. To read more: Interview with Miguel Angel Crespo of PROBIOMA, A Contribution To Agroecology: Biological Control, Certified Forest, Local Control, Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia.
Week 388 Isidro Sanchez, a member of the Fundo Zamorano San Miguel Cooperative, cutting yuca. Near Lake Maracaibo, Venezuela. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 387 Vicente Calle, a member of the Shagapud community in the Andes Mountains, transporting corn by horse. Cañar province, southern Ecuador. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 386 Speaking out with music. The first United States Social Forum (USSF) took place from June 27-July 1 in Atlanta, Georgia. 10,000 people, members and supporters of grassroots organizations and movements from all over the United States, marched through downtown Atlanta to open the Forum. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 385 President of Ecuador, Rafael Correa, after delivering a speech on poverty, August 30, 2007. Quito, Ecuador. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 384 Rev. Joseph Lowery delivered the keynote address at a rally on the steps of the state capitol in Atlanta at the start of United States Social Forum. 10,000 people then marched through downtown Atlanta to open the United States Social Forum. The Forum took place from June 27-July 1. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 383 Bromeliad bloom. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 382 10,000 people, members and supporters of grassroots organizations and movements from all over the United States, marched through downtown Atlanta to open the United States Social Forum. The Forum took place from June 27-July 1. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 381 New Orleans' Lower Ninth Ward, one and 1/2 years after Hurricane Katrina. Photo by Alice Lovelace.
Week 380 A vicuña in Sajama National Park, Oruro department, Bolivia. The vicuña is an endangered species. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 379 This photo accompanies the article "For the Love of Family" by Tonia Leon. Photo by Barry Weiser. To read "For the Love of Family", click here
Week 378 Dolphins in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Hawai'i's Big Island. Photo by Annie Rockwell.
Week 377 48-Hour "Fast for Peace". March 27 was the 4-year anniversary of the death of Jesus Alberto Suarez del Solar, USMC Lance Corporal. "Two days to symbolize the two hours that it took before my son received medical aid as a U.S. Marine slowly bleeding to death after he stepped on a U.S.-made cluster bomb." -- Fernando Suarez del Solar. The fast took place in front of the federal building in San Diego. Along with Fernando Suarez del Solar, three others fasted: Jeeni Criscenzo, Janice Jordan, and Rio Mezta. Community members kept the fasting people company with songs and prayer (includes more photos below main image). Photos by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 376 "Minero Crucificado" (1998-1999) by Bolivian sculptor Hans Hoffman, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo Plaza, La Paz, Bolivia. Composed of bolts, nuts, and a miner's helmet in commemoration of the IMF-inspired lay-offs of 20,000 miners and closing of many tin mines in the mid-'80s. Many of the residents of El Alto moved there after the mine closings. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke. To read an interview which includes history of modern Bolivia: Interview with Bertha Blanco of Bartolina Sisa / National Federation of Campesina Women of Bolivia / Part 1: Defense of the Peoples / Part 2: The History of Our Ancestors / Time to Take Responsibility for Political Decisions, La Paz, Bolivia
Week 375 Bertha Blanco in the office of the National Federation of Campesina Women of Bolivia / Bartolina Sisa, in La Paz, Bolivia. In the background is a portrait of Bartolina Sisa. She is holding the indigenous Wiphala flag. Further in the background is Tiwanaku art. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke. To read an interview with Bertha Blanco: Part 1 (English) | primera parte (español) | Part 2 (English) | segunda parte (español)
Week 374 Korogocho, Nairobi, Kenya. Photo by Alice Lovelace. (Scroll down for two more photos). While attending the 2007 World Social Forum, Alice Lovelace writes, "The Korogocho slum (over 200,000 people) is 30 years old (read more)
Week 373 Snow branches in the Rocky Mountains. Steamboat Springs, northern Colorado. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 372 Snow shadows. Lakewood, Colorado. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 371 Mount Sajama and the bell tower in the courtyard of the 17th century church Comarapi Virgen Rosario, Oruro, Bolivia. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 370 During a march/dancing through downtown La Paz, Bolivia, people from different communities support women's and children's rights to education, to read, to write, to overcome poverty. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 369 A three-toed sloth, in the Plaza 24 de Septiembre, Santa Cruz. Bolivia. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 368 Heading for home after school, Santa Cruz department, Bolivia. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 367 Dancing during a religious festival in the small mountain community of Sajama, by the snow-covered Mount Sajama, Oruro department, Bolivia. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 366 A statue (thought to be of a priest) of the ancient Tiwanaku civilization. Kalasasaya, Bolivia. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 365 On Kala Uta island in Lake Titicaca looking towards the Cordillera Real range of the Andes, Bolivia. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 364 Alpacas and Mount Sajama on the Altiplano in the Oruro department, Bolivia. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 363 Dancing and marching through downtown La Paz, women from different neighborhoods of El Alto and La Paz support women's rights to education, to read, to write, to overcome poverty. The flag being waved is the indigenous Wiphala flag. La Paz, Bolivia. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 362 Camouflage, Lake Ontario, Canada. Photo by Dolores Paget-Clarke.
Week 361 A Great Blue Heron, Galveston, Texas. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 360 After bloom. Rose Canyon, San Diego, California. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 359 A house finch drifts in the grass. Rose Canyon, San Diego, California. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 358 A pelican preening. Galveston, Texas. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 357 Pablo Paredes discussing a "241 mile quest for peace starting in Tijuana, Mexico, going through the Marine Corps Depot at Camp Pendleton to the Cesar Chavez burial site in La Paz, CA, culminating in The Mission district of San Francisco with a memorial ceremony and blood drive". Starting March 12, ending March 27, 2006 and inspired by Gandhi's Salt March (also 241 miles in length) to free India from the British, the walk brought out community support in small and large communities. This photo was taken in Los Angeles at the South Central Farm following a large rally against the Iraq war in downtown L.A. 1n 2004, Navy Petty Officer Pablo Paredes refused orders to board the amphibious assault ship Bonhomme Richard and was court-martialed for his resistance to the war (read more here). Along with Pablo Paredes on the walk were Fernando Suarez del Solar, Camilo Mejia, and Aidan Delgado. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 356 Gustavo Esteva at the Universidad de la Tierra in Oaxaca, Oaxaca, Mexico. Gustavo Esteva is an author, a local and international “grassroots activist and de-professionalized intellectual”, and a founder of the Universidad de la Tierra in Oaxaca, Mexico. He is also a former corporate executive, a former guerrilla, a former high-ranking official in the government of President Echeverría, and an advisor with the Zapatista Army for National Liberation (EZLN) in Chiapas for the negotiations with the government. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke. Interview with Gustavo Esteva: The Society of the Different
Week 355 Over 50,000 march in San Diego for "Dignity, Respect & Hope" for immigrants, April 9, 2006. The following day, hundreds of thousands marched in other cities around the U.S. Photos by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 354 Thousands of high school students in Los Angeles, California march over 13 miles for equal rights for immigrants and against U.S. House of Representatives Bill 4437. Many students walked out of school and went from school to school gathering support (March 27, 2006). In photo below, Hollenbeck Sheriffs Department cruiser follows marchers. According to eyewitnesses the police at times simply followed, at others they attempted to intimidate the marchers. Both photos by Cynthia Flores.
Week 353 Fulgencia Paniagua, a farmer at the South Central Farm, takes a short break from care of her family's plot. Over 300 families grow vegetables, fruits and other plants on 14 acres in South Central Los Angeles. Thought to be the largest urban farm in the U.S., the South Central Farm was established in 1992 after the city acquired the land by eminent domain then did not use the land as they had planned and transferred the land to a local food bank. Currently, though, the farmers face an eviction notice (posted 3/1/2006). For a complete history visit the South Central Farmers' web site at www.southcentralfarmers.com. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 352 Fernando Suarez del Solar, at the South Central Farm in Los Angeles. Stopping here after a March 18 downtown march against the war in Iraq, Fernando Suarez del Solar (along with Pablo Paredes, Camilo Mejia and Aidan Delgado) is leading a "coalition of the willing" on a "241 mile quest for peace starting in Tijuana, Mexico, going through Marine Corps Depot Camp Pendleton to the Cesar Chavez burial site in La Paz, CA, culminating in The Mission district of San Francisco with a memorial ceremony and blood drive", March 27, 2006. Fernando Suarez del Solar is the father of one of the first Latinos to die in Iraq. His son Jesus stepped on an unexploded U.S. cluster bomb (see interview). Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 351 Co-op members load food (bought by subscription) for delivery. The food is grown on a cooperative organic farm called Agricoltura Nuova / Cooperativa Sociale Integrata, outside Rome, Italy. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 350 Shopping. Oakland Chinatown. Photo by Bruce Akizuki.
Week 349

Inside the National Palace. Mexico City, Mexico. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.

Week 348 Raymundo Sánchez Barraza, general coordinator of CIDECI (Centro Indígena de Capacitación Integral) in San Cristóbal de Las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke. "It’s an Indigenous Center. This is what makes it significant and what gives it its unique characteristics. It’s not a center that’s just for, but it’s also by, the indigenous. It’s an indigenous center in its work, in its definition, in its method of operating, in its components, in those who make it up. -- Raymundo Sánchez Barraza. Click here to read an interview with Raymundo Sánchez Barraza A University Without Shoes
Week 347 Four people in Rome. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 346 Gloriadalva Diaz Hernandez (former CIDECI student and now teacher) and Josefina Gomez Perez. CIDECI (Centro Indígena de Capacitación Integral) in San Cristóbal de Las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke. "CIDECI Las Casas. What does CIDECI Las Casas mean? It means the Fray Bartolomé de Las Casas Comprehensive Indigenous Training Center. It’s an Indigenous Center. This is what makes it significant and what gives it its unique characteristics. It’s not a center that’s just for, but it’s also by, the indigenous. It’s an indigenous center in its work, in its definition, in its method of operating, in its components, in those who make it up. -- Raymundo Sánchez Barraza. Click here to read an interview with Raymundo Sánchez Barraza A University Without Shoes
Week 345 Pax/peace. An altar and grafitti in a passageway in Rome, Italy. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 344 Preparing green beans for sale in the Campo di Fiori market, Rome, Italy. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 343

San Cristobal de Las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.

Week 342

On the Metro. Mexico City, D.F. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.

Week 341 Anti-war protests in Oakland. This September 23 event in Oakland was organized as part of a growing “people’s power” movement in opposition to the war in Iraq. Organized in part by the group Courage To Resist, and composed to a large extent of students from Oakland High Schools (McClymonds, Oakland Tech, Skyline), over 400 people took over this Chevron gas station then moved on to, and shut down, the Oakland Armed Forces Career Center. Photos by Paul Rockwell.To read more click here: Recruiting Center Shut Down: “The Power Of The People Is Now” by Paul Rockwell
Week 340 Sister Ruth Montrichard, executive director of SERVOL, with children at a community early childhood center, Port of Spain, Trinidad & Tobago. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 339 Camp Casey, Crawford, Texas. Saturday, Aug. 20, 2005. Interfaith clergy walk by nearly 2,000 wooden crosses along the side of Prairie Chapel Road leading towards Camp Casey. Camp Casey is named after Cindy Sheehan's son, Army Specialist Casey Sheehan, who was killed in Iraq. Cindy Sheehan is asking to meet with President Bush to discuss her loss and the war in Iraq. President Bush is on vacation at his Crawford, Texas ranch. Photo by Jeff Paterson. To see more photos by Jeff Paterson of the protest in Crawford, Texas visit here (off-site)
Week 338 More than 300 people arrive in Portland, Oregon for the culmination of the Walk for Truth, Justice, and Community. Lasting from June 12th to June 18th, 2005, the Walk for Truth, Justice, and Community was organized by the Rural Organizing Project (ROP) and co-sponsored by the Oregon farmworkers union, PCUN (Pineros y Campesinos Unidos del Noroeste / Northwest Treeplanters and Farmworkers United). The Rural Organizing Project is a coalition of 60 human rights organizations in rural areas across the state of Oregon. Photo by Jerry Atkin. To read more: We Make the Road by Walking by Jerry Atkin
Week 337 Feeling Blue or Orange? San Cristobal de las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico. October 2004. Photo (c) by Roshani Kothari. To see more: Colors of Chiapas by Roshani Kothari (off-site).
Week 336 Blowing In the Wind. San Cristobal de las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico. October 2004. Photo (c) by Roshani Kothari. To see more: Colors of Chiapas by Roshani Kothari (off-site).
Week 335

A farmer makes a point about the new land reform laws during a discussion during a workshop on land reform held in San Felipe, Yaracuy, in western Venezuela. Over 800 hundred people attended. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke. To read more about Land Reform: Interview with Peter Rosset, of CECCAM and Land Research Action Network, San Felipe, Yaracuy, Venezuela

Week 334 Gusevio Urvina Suarez -- a member of the Aracal cooperative, near Urachiche, Yaracuy, Venezuela. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 333 The Venezuelan national orchestra, plays before President Hugo Chávez Frías speaks, April 13, 2005. Caracas, Venezuela. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 332

Members of MST (The Landless Rural Workers. Movement) (center) from Brazil visit the Santa Lucia Cooperative JA1, near San Felipe, Yaracuy, Venezuela, April 2005, This discussion was part of an international information-exchange workshop on land reform attended by at least 800 people in and around San Felipe. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.

Week 331 Seamstress Denise Obregon in her home in the Bello Monte neighborhood of Caracas. With micro-credit from the Women's Development Bank, Denise Obregon purchased a new sewing machine which greatly increased her output of women's beach clothing and men's leather belts. Denise Obregon works in a cooperative with four other people who sell what she produces. Caracas, Venezuela. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke. To read more about the Women's Development Bank, see:Interview with Nora Castañeda
President of the Women’s Development Bank
, Caracas, Venezuela
Week 330 President Hugo Chávez Frías of Venezuela, April 13, 2005. Caracas, Venezuela. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke. Also see: ¿Chavez En Busqueda Del Nuevo Socialismo Para El Tropico? (In Spanish) por Miguel Angel Nuñez, Barinas, Venezuela
Week 329 Sebastião Vieira, a regional co-coordinator, in his family's home in the joint MST (Landless Rural Workers' Movement) camps, Dom Pedro Casussaudale and Camilo Torres near São Paulo, Brazil. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke. Also see: Interview with Geraldo Fontes of the MST / The Landless Rural Workers' Movement “Without depending on power or having to take power” Part 1 -- Building the New Society Now / Part 2 -- Agrarian Reform / Agribusiness, São Paulo, Brazil
Week 328

In the aftermath of the tsunami. S. Jemy of Rajamangalamthurai, Kanyakumari dt, Tamil Nadu, India, talking about how she has received a form asking whether she is ready to leave the sea-shore or not. She along with 99% of the other people said NO. Photo taken while filming the documentary "Twice Evicted" by AREDS. Also see:Cynical Exploitation of Tsunami Victims (Privatization, Commercialization, and Protests On the S.E. India Coast) by L.A. Samy, Renganathapuram, Tamil Nadu, India

Week 327

Sheep on the McMillen farm. Callaway County, Missouri. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.

Week 326 Roger Allison prepares hay for cattle to eat on the Allison-Perry farm. Armstrong, Missouri. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 325 On the Allison-Perry farm. Armstrong, Missouri. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 324

The impact of the tsunami on coastal areas of Tamil Nadu, India. Photo by the AREDS Team. Also see: Tsunami Tragedy in Tamil Nadu: An Appeal For Help To Rehabilitate 2000 Families by L.A. Samy, Renganathapuram, Tamil Nadu, India and Tsunami, Mangroves and Market Economy by Devinder Sharma, New Delhi, India

Week 323

Taparo sculptor Pedro Reyes Millan in his studio in Barinas, Venezuela. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke. Click here for more photos and to read: Interview with Pedro Reyes Millan From Guerrilla Commander to Taparo Sculptor: Art and production models which transfer knowledge, "Learning means dignity", Barinas, Venezuela

Week 322

Sleeping boy in a train, Kobe, Japan. Photo by Otake Rie. Click here to see more photos by Otake Rie: Sakura / Shrines / Kobe University (6 photographs)

Week 321 In a village of the Malayali tribe in the Servarayan Hills in western Tamil Nadu, India. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke. Click here to (see more photos and) read: Adivasi Community in South India: Historically Marginalised and Forgotten by L.A. Samy, Bangalore, Karnataka, India
Week 320

Cattle raised using agroecological methods on the Rubio Lara Cooperativa in Los Pajueles, Barinas state, Venezuela. In the background (on the right) farmer Carlos Enrique Jimenez. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke. Click here to (see more photos and) read an interview with: Miguel Angel Nuñez, the international relationship coordinator for IPIAT (Instituto para la Produccion e Investigacion de la Agricultura Tropical) and an advisor to the presidential office of President Hugo Chavez of Venezuela.

Week 319 A villager taking a break from building the AREDS (Association of Rural Education and Development Service) theater and children's swimming pool in Renganathapuram, Tamil Nadu, India. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.Click here to (see more photos and) read an interview with: L. A. Samy, the director of AREDS and Christina Samy, the program coordinator of AREDS who also works with SWATE (Society of Women in Action for Total Empowerment).
Week 318 Ivani Kovalek, a farmer and FETRAF union member, milks one of her cows on her farm near Chapeco, Santa Catarina, Brazil. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 317 Roberto Corminarez, a farmer who works with IPIAT, with corn grown using agroecological methods. Cremolino community, near Sabaneta, Barinas state, Venezuela. IPIAT (Instituto para la Produccion e Investigacion de la Agricultural Tropical). Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 316 Watering the community garden in an MST (Landless Workers' Movement -- Movimento dos Trabalhadores Rurais Sem Terra) encampment near Sao Paulo, Brazil. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke. According to the MST, "more than 250,000 families have won land titles to over 15 million acres after MST land takeovers" of unused land. There are over 71,000 families in encampments awaiting government recognition.
Week 315 Sienna Lewis enjoys a refreshing late-afternoon coconut in Queen's Park Savannah, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 314 A giraffe in Pilanesberg National Park, Northern Province, South Africa. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 313 Dance Against Violence. Photo by Judith Williams Sandoval. Click here to see other photos by Judith Williams Sandoval from the photography exhibition "In Search of Community", San Francisco, California. Also see photographs by Tiffany Eng, Pauline Liang, Rebecca Peng, Judith Williams Sandoval, Al Sugano.
Week 312 In the Hopi Nation, south of Kykotsmovi. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.Click to read: Interview with Wahleah Johns and Lilian Hill
of Black Mesa Water Coalition “We don’t have to be the battery for America” / Sustainable Development: It’s Old But It’s New
Week 311 Looking out the door of a cob house under construction in Kykotsmovi, Hopi Nation. Cob is a mixture of sand, clay, straw and water. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke. Click to read: Interview with Wahleah Johns and Lilian Hill
of Black Mesa Water Coalition “We don’t have to be the battery for America” / Sustainable Development: It’s Old But It’s New
Week 310 "In December 2003, Fernando Suarez traveled to Iraq. He visited the site where his son died, and he brought back thousands of letters of peace from Iraqi children." Photo by Medea Benjamin. Click here to read: From Grief To Protest: How Peace Loving Fathers Honor Their Fallen Sons by Paul Rockwell.
Week 309 Untitled. (In China). Photo by Rebecca Peng.
Week 308 U.S. Marine, fuel-tank truck. Iraq. (From private collection of Marine Staff Sergeant Jimmy Massey. Used with permission.) To read An interview with Staff Sergeant Jimmy Massey -- Back From Iraq: "I Killed Innocent People for Our Government" by Paul Rockwell, click here.
Week 307 Busy traffic on Old Delhi's Chadni Chowk. Delhi, India. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 306 The drummer of "Hang On The Box", a Beijing punk band. Berkeley, California. Photo by Lawton Chan. To see a series of five photos of "Hang On The Box" in the Community Images gallery - click here.
Week 305 Students at the Adi Dravidar Welfare School in the countryside near Madurai where human rights is taught in class. Teaching human rights to children in public and private schools is an experimental program initiated by the Insitute of Human Rights Education, a project of People's Watch - Tamil Nadu. These students came into class after younger students described their experiences with the human rights class. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.Interview with Henri Tiphagne of People's Watch -Tamil Nadu
Week 304 A villager fetching water from a well near Dingidul, Tamil Nadu, India. Click here to read an Interview with Backiam of CEDA Trust / Women Organize in Tamil Nadu Villages. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 303 John Leguizamo, comedian, actor, director, producer at the 11th annual San Diego Latino Film Festival. San Diego, California. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 302 Mariluz Sanchez, filmmaker. As a participant in the Tu Voz-TV program, a project of the Teen Producer's Project of the Media Arts Center San Diego, Mariluz Sanchez has made two films with her sister, Puri Sanchez. In the film en "En El Tercero Espacio" (In the Third Space) the two sisters tell of their father's migration to the U.S. In "Un Soldado Mexicano" they tell of Jesus Suarez, a marine killed in battle in Iraq, in 2003. In the film, Jesus’ father, Fernando, talks about his son’s childhood, his reasons for joining the military, and why he, Fernando, opposes the war. "Un Soldado Mexicano" is being shown at this week's 11th annual San Diego Latino Film Festival. San Diego, California. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 301 On the streets of Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 300 Children in front of the train station in Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 299

Making rice cake. Photo by Yumiko Asada.

Week 298 Ground Zero. Photo by Yumiko Asada.
Week 297 Self-employed bidi roller and member of SEWA (Self-Employed Women's Association) in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India, SEWA is the largest single trade union in the country with a membership of 687,000 women. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 296 Ela Bhatt, founder of the Self Employed Women’s Association (SEWA) and was SEWA’s first general-secretary. Based in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India, SEWA is the largest single trade union in the country with a membership of 687,000 women. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.To read an interview with Ela Bhatt - click here.
Week 295 A detail on the outside of the Madurai Temple, in Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 294 Member of a picket team on the picket line to defend their families' healthcare benefits. Members of the UFCW (United Food & Commercial Workers) Local 135 picket team at Albertson's store # 6703 in San Diego spend Saturday afternoon on the picket line. At the time of this photo, the picket team is about to enter the sixth week of Albertsons' lockout of its workers. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 293 Mohandas K. (Mahatma) Gandhi's working room. The Harijan Ashram by the Sabarmati River, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 292 Cutting sugar cane in the village of Rengathapurem in western Tamil Nadu, India. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 291 Workers and their camel. Ahmedabad, India. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 290 At the Adi Dravidar Welfare School in the countryside near Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India, a student talks about her class on human rights. She was one of several students who spoke movingly of their understanding of human rights and the impact of the class on their daily lives.Teaching human rights to children in public and private schools is an experimental program initiated by the Insitute of Human Rights Education, a project of People's Watch - Tamil Nadu. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 289 A village of the Malayali tribe in western Tamil Nadu, India. It is the working area of the Village Reconstruction and Development Project in Salem, Tamil Nadu. The Tamizhaga Aadivasigal Iyakkam (TAI-Tribal Movement) is organizing tribals for tribal self-rule under the 5th Schedule of the Indian Constitution. The issues of concern are land alienation (e.g. loss of land to coffee estates), violence against women, and extremely low wages for the tribals in the coffee estates.This village is in the Servarayan Hills. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 288 SEWA. The Self-Employed Women's Assocation, centered here in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India, is the largest single trade union in the country with a membership of 687,000 women. They are vegetable and garment vendors, in-home seamstresses, head-loaders, bidi rollers, paper pickers, construction workers, incense stick makers, and agricultural workers. They come from India's "unorganized sector" and organize for their just dues and rights. 96% of all women workers in India are in this sector. Among their achievements is the SEWA Bank whose capital is made up entirely of their own contributions. The bank was founded in 1974 by 4,000 women each contributing ten Rupees. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.Click here to see Self-Employed Vegetable Sellers (8 Photographs).
Week 287 Rotation. A rowing boat of the Elissa sail ship. Galveston, Texas. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 286 An elephant in Pilanesberg National Park, Northern Province, South Africa. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 285 Sakura (Cherry Blossoms) by Otake Rie. "The first ten days of April, cherry blossoms are so beautiful in Japan!" To see more photos by Otake Rie and other Community Images photographers -- click here.
Week 284 A resident of Alexandra township waves to a passing civil society march heading towards Sandton, the primary site of the United Nations Summit on Sustainable Development (August 26 - September 4, 2002). Johannesburg, South Africa. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 283 School children in Zinancantan, Chiapas, Mexico. Photo by Roberto Flores.
To read -- "From Disillusionment and Abandonment to Autonomy: Zapatista Bilingual Indigenous Education in Chiapas, Mexico -- A Case Study in Alternative Meanings of 'Development' by Roberto Flores -- click here.
Week 282 Soweto Mountain of Hope (SOMOHO) member Zakhele Mbokane. Soweto, South Africa. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 281 A Purepecha vendor selling her flowers in the central plaza, Paracho, Michoacan, Mexico. Photo by Roberto Flores.
Week 280 Gumboot Dance. Young Sowetans perform a gumboot dance for visiting United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan (behind table) at the Soweto Mountain of Hope (SOMOHO). Kofi Annan came to Soweto (August 2, 2002) while attending the UN World Summit on Sustainable Development in Johannesburg, South Africa. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.(To read about the hsitory of the Gumboot Dance click to this off-site page)
Week 279 Justice for Janitors. Janitors and their union (Service Employees International Union) rally with Rev. Jesse Jackson, May 1, 2003 in East Palo Alto, "Silicon Valley", California asking that several Silicon Valley hi-tech companies engage in dialogue to help avert an impending healthcare crisis. The janitors are faced with losing their health insurance coverage when their contract expires and premiums increase beyond their ability to pay and still meet basic family expenses. The dilemma faced by workers in Silicon Valley is part of larger looming health care crisis nationwide. Over 50,000 janitors across the country are facing similar situations. Photo by Butch Wing.
Week 278 Adobe. Shionoe, Japan. Photo by Bruce Akizuki.
Week 277 Community members at the Valley Trust Clinic, in the Valley of 1000 Hills, Kwazulu- Natal, South Africa. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 276 Freedom of speech. Michelle Doty Cabrera and Gina Kowerko Diaz in front of the Federal Building in San Diego at a rally against the war in Iraq, March 22, 2003. Earlier in the day, they sat down as paying customers to eat in the restaurant at the nearby Westin Hotel. Because of the signs on their backs they were asked to leave. When they objected, the manager was called and he too demanded they leave or remove their signs. He then called the police. They decided to leave. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 275 Landry Smith reading a poem he has just written. This photo was taken at Horizon School in Atlanta, Georgia during a class to learn about, write, and read poetry. The class is part of the Atlanta Partnership for Arts in Learning. The class was taught by In Motion Magazine co-editor Alice Lovelace. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke. To read "Building Artistic Communities" click here.
Week 274 Vandana Shiva in Johannesburg, South Africa. Dr. Vandana Shiva is founder of both the Research Foundation for Science Technology and Ecology, an independent public industry research group, and Navdanya a grassroots conservation movement in India. This photo was taken at the time of an In Motion Magazine interview conducted on September 1, 2002 at St Stithians, site of the People's Earth Summit, a parallel event to the United Nations World Summit on Sustainable Development in Johannesburg. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 273 In San Diego, California, 5,000 marched to oppose a war on Iraq. Part of the world-wide protests of millions on the weekend of February 15-16, 2003, the march was one of two in San Diego. Above, marchers gather in downtown San Diego in front of the Federal Building. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 272 In San Diego, California, 5,000 marched to oppose a war on Iraq. Part of the world-wide protests of millions on the weekend of February 15-16, 2003, the march was one of two in San Diego. The above march was in downtown San Diego. The other march went by the San Diego Naval Station. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke. To see more photos of these marches, Images of No War -- click here.
Week 271 Mandla Mentoor, founder of the Mountain of Hope and Jane Goodall, a United Nations "Messenger of Peace." Both were waiting for the arrival of United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan, September 2, 2002. Soweto, South Africa. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 270 Running on the Mountain of Hope. Soweto, South Africa. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 269 One of the largest peace demonstrations in the history of the San Francisco Bay Area took place Saturday, January 18, 2003. (350,000 according to Lisa Rein, who did a thorough on-line video account.). Photo by Paul Rockwell.
Week 268 Wetlands on Galveston Island, Texas. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 267 Yuri Kochiyama. Yuri Kochiyama @ Resist the Silence program at San Francisco Women’s Building. 9-14-02. Photo by Bruce Akizuki.
Week 266 A billboard in Soweto, near Johannesburg, South Africa, contributes to a campaign about HIV/AIDS. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 265 Joshua Sena Alouka, the national coordinator of the youth NGO (non-governmental organization) Jeunes Voluntaires por L’Environment (Young Volunteers for the Environment) from Lomé, Togo, West Africa attending the United Nations World Summit on Sustainable Development in Johannesburg, South Africa, August 26, 2002. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 264 “Asian War Resisters”. 4-20-02 March and Rally Against the War. San Francisco. Photo by Bruce Akizuki.
Week 263 President of France, Jacques Chirac, meets with reporters after a press conference during the United Nations World Summit on Sustainable Development (August 26 - September 4, 2002) in Johannesburg, South Africa. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 262 South African President Thabo Mbeki speaks to the press at the closing of the United Nations World Summit on Sustainable Development (August 26 - September 4, 2002) in Johannesburg, South Africa. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 261 Frans Mdhluli, a food service worker at Ubuntu Village, one of the meeting sites at the United Nations World Summit on Sustainable Development (August 26 - September 4, 2002) in Johannesburg, South Africa. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 260 A sculpture set up by the international NGO Friends of the Earth at the United Nations World Summit on Sustainable Development (August 26 - September 4, 2002) in Johannesburg, South Africa. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 259 Three children watch as a civil society march passes along their street in the township of Alexandra while world leaders meet in Johannesburg, South Africa at the United Nations World Summit on Sustainable Development (August 26 - September 4, 2002). Founded in 1912 and now with a population of 350,000, the Alexandra township is part of the greater Johannesburg area. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 258 United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan while visiting the Soweto Mountain of Hope (SOMOHO) during the UN World Summit on Sustainable Development. Soweto, South Africa. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 257 Community members / volunteers in one of the circles used for discussion and poetry readings on the Soweto Mountain of Hope (SOMOHO).Soweto, South Africa. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 256 “Visitacion Valley Neighborhood Day”, San Francisco, 2001. From the series "Faces of the Neighborhood." Photo by Judith Williams Sandoval.
Week 255 "Visitacion Valley”, San Francisco, 2001. From the series "Faces of the Neighborhood." Photo by Judith Williams Sandoval.
Week 254 Grackle. Galveston, Texas. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 253 At the 2002 San Diego County Fair. Del Mar, California. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 252 Cristobal a la Torre and Jose Hernandez take a break from their work at Anthony's Fish Grotto restaurant. San Diego, California. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 251 Next Batter. Photo by Otake Rie.
Week 250 Raul Pacheco of the Grammy-award winning Ozomatli. El Sereno, California. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
This photo was taken while Raul Pacheco moderated an audience discussion with the band Quetzal at the first community get-together of the Eastside Cafe (May 17, 2002) in the Mazatlan Ballroom in El Sereno (Los Angeles).
Week 249 Martha Gonzalez, Quetzal vocalist. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke. To see more photos of Quetzal click here.
Week 248 "Comin 2 da Barrio. Culture 4 the Masses." Mural artists Melo (center) and Nuk (right) with Roberto Moreno (left), great-grand nephew of Cantinflas (featured on the right in the mural, Charlie Chaplin on the left. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
The mural was created May 17, 2002 on an outside wall of the Mazatlan Ballroom in El Sereno (Los Angeles) as a contribution to the first community get-together of the Eastside Cafe, attended by 400 people. The Eastside Cafe is a member of Union de Comunidades - a network dedicated to building community coalitions in the Eastside and building citywide multiethnic networks through education, art, culture and dialogue.
Week 247 A valley filled with coal-mining refuse, eastern Kentucky. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
On May 4, 2002, The New York Times reported that "The Bush administration has approved regulations that will allow coal companies to dump leftover dirt and rock from mountaintop mining into streams and valleys."
Week 246 The Channel Islands, off the coast of southern California. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 245 Brother and Sister. At the garden party at Hagoromo Park in Higashikawa, Hokkaido, Japan. July 2001. Photo by Bruce Akizuki.
Week 244 Visitacion Valley Neighborhood Day Planning Workshop, November 2001. Photo by Judith Williams Sandoval.
Week 243 L.A. Reflections. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 242 Tiananmen Square. Photo by Amy Chang.
Week 241 Ruben. 1998 (from "Family Ritual", the "Babies" series). Photo by Javier "Heavy" Francisco.
Week 240 Leaf textile. Galveston Island, Texas. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke
Week 239 "Taking a moment to observe the world passing by... " Salvador, Brazil. September 2000. Photo (©) by Roshani Kothari.
Week 238

Charlie Montoya playing the guitarron, performs with Pochoson, downtown San Jose, California. Charlie Montoya has also performed with Los Otros, the Nitelighters, and Dr. Loco's Rockin' Jalapeño Band. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.

Week 237

Pelican. La Jolla Cove, California. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.

Week 236

Multi-instrumentalist and vocalist Miguel Govea performs downtown San Jose, California. Miguel Govea is the bandleader of Los Compas, an original member of Los Peludos, and has played and recorded with countless traditional Mexican American & Latin American bands and projects. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.

Week 235 "On a back road somewhere." Galveston Island. Texas. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 234 The Harajuku district, Tokyo, Japan. August 2001. Photo by Bruce Akizuki.
Week 233 Roberto Martinez. Roberto Martinez is a human rights activist and director of the U.S. / Mexico Border Program and Immigration Law Enforcement Monitoring Project of the American Friends Service Committee in San Diego, California. Behind him a sign shows the number (now 694) of migrants who have died crossing the border since the start of Operation Gatekeeper (October 1994). Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 232 In the aftermath of the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center, Missouri farmers Roger and Mark Allison and Rhonda Perry, bringing 6,000 pounds of Patchwork Family Farms ham to New York, are greeted by members of the New York Central Labor Council. Photo by Lindsay Howerton.
Week 231 The Cenco Refinery, partially owned by evangelist Pat Robertson, half a mile from a school, .2 miles from the nearest residences, and close to a pharmacy in Santa Fe Springs, (greater Los Angeles). When open, the refinery had one of the worst accident histories in the state. For three years, Robertson has been trying to reopen the refinery. On November 8, 2001 a federal district judge in Los Angeles stripped Cenco of all permits, stating that if the plant is not equiped with the latest pollution controls there is the danger of "irreparable harm". Robertson is appealing. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 230 Diane Simmons milking cows on the Simmons family farm near Waikato, on the North Island, New Zealand. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 229 Winter on the plains of eastern Colorado. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 228 Rain in the forests on the north end of New Zealand's North Island. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 227 Clarity. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 226 Learning to create. Los Angeles, California. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 225 Houston neighborhood in the rain (near the Houston Ship Channel). Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 224 Artist Jose Ramirez encouraging children to paint at an event at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 223

John Carlos, the bronze-medal winning athlete famous at the 1968 Mexico City Olympics for raising his black-gloved fist in silent protest while on the victory stand, along with gold-winning Tommy Smith. In this photo taken in South Central Los Angeles he speaks to community members of that moment and his life of helping young people and fighting racism. After his talk he signed copies of a newly published biography by CD Jackson Jr. - July 2001. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.

Week 222

Housing in a migrant labor camp in southern California. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.

Week 221

Jose Ramirez in his studio in El Sereno (Los Angeles), California. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.

Week 220

Muledeer in the foothills of the Rockies outside of Denver, Colorado. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.

Week 219

San Diego police, on top of a police vehicle, look over the approximately 1,000 people marching through the streets of downtown San Diego to protest the genetic engineering of food crops and other organisms on the opening day of the international biotech convention in San Diego, California. June 24, 2001. The budget for the San Diego police, sheriffs and California Highway Patrol for the convention was approx. $4,000,000. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.

Week 218

Lines of police, the media, and some of the over 1,000 people marching through the streets of downtown San Diego to protest the genetic engineering of food crops and other organisms on the opening day of the international biotech convention in San Diego, California. June 24, 2001. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.

Week 217

Old cell. Julian, California. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.

Week 216 Sheep being transported. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 215 Two chickens. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 214 Chica en el Zocalo. Over 250,000 people gathered in the Zocalo of Mexico City on March 11, 2001 to listen to the words of la comandancia on the last day of the Zapatista Caravan. Photo by Danny Turner-Lloveras.
Week 213 Commuter. On the Ginza Line in Tokyo, Japan. August 2000. Photo by Amelia Li.
Week 212 Greenpeace activist Athena Lambinidou attaches herself to the anchor chain of the freighter Federal Pescadores in the Hauraki Gulf, outside of Auckland, New Zealand. December 22, 2000. Greenpeace Aotearoa New Zealand was protesting the importation of genetically modified soy into New Zealand. Copyright fotopress.
Week 211 This image was taken in the city of San Cristobal de las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico during preliminary peace talks with the EZLN (Zapatistas) and civil society in November of 1998. Photo by Carver Mostardi.
Week 210 The southern end of Aotearoa / New Zealand's South Island. Near Bluff. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 209 Over 250,000 people gathered in the Zocalo of Mexico City on March 11, 2001 to listen to the words of la comandancia on the last day of the Zapatista Caravan. Photo by Danny Lloveras Turner.
Week 208 Cattle move from one field to another near Christchurch, New Zealand. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 207 Window scene. City centre. Christchurch, New Zealand. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 206 Mending fishing nets. Tony Vujnovrch mending fishing nets at the Simunovich Fisheries on the docks of Auckland, New Zealand. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 205 Phantom train. A passing train in rural eastern North Dakota near Wahpeton. Photo by Mark Polege.
Week 204 Three New Zealand farmers listen to visiting U.S. farmer Bill Christison speak about his negative experiences with genetically modified crops. Near Invercargill, at the southern end of South Island, New Zealand. February 2001. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 203 Bikerack. Tokyo, Japan. Photo by Bruce Akizuki.
Week 202 Composer and multi-instrumentalist Francis Wong during a solo performance at the Meridian Gallery in San Francisco - January 2001.The art on display was by Anna Wolf. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 201 The side of a mountain during a blizzard in the Rockies, Colorado. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 200 A ground blizzard on the eastern plains of Colorado, near Wray, Colorado. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 199 Canada Goose takes flight from a frozen lake near Lakewood, Colorado. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 198 Coyote, the Mojave Desert, California. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 197 Joshua trees, the Mojave Desert, California. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 196 Rafael’s Graduation, 1997. Photo #10. Photo by Javier "Heavy" Francisco.
Week 195 Rafael’s Graduation, 1997. Photo #11. Photo by Javier "Heavy" Francisco.
Week 194 The Peter Dowling farm on Howe Island, Ontario, Canada. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 193 A hay gatherer in front of the home of Harding Ison, in a hollow outside Whitesburg, Kentucky. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 192 High school students from Kelly Fork, Kentucky, march to their meeting with officials of the Department of Surface Mining, Frankfort, Kentucky to protest the opening of another mine (#4) near their homes. Current mining has already caused damage to their homes and water supply. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 191 The St. Lawrence River laps against the southern shore of Howe Island, Ontario, Canada. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 190 Open-pollenated corn. The Dowling farm. Howe Island, Ontario, Canada. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 189 Spelt - an ancient grain. The Dowling farm. Howe Island, Ontario, Canada. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 188 Cornfield on the Dowling farm. Howe Island, Ontario, Canada. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 187 Niagara Falls. Ontario, Canada. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 186 Wang Hong points out landmarks in San Francisco to visiting Beijing Opera artists Pan Yong Ling,. Li Hong Mei, and Li Jin Ping (left to right). The three Chinese artists were in the United States to perform the premiere presentations of Jon Jang and James Newton's "When Sorrow Turns to Joy - Songlines: The Spiritual Tributary of Paul Robeson and Mei Lanfang" (libretto by Genny Lim). Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 185 Harding Ison, formerly a teacher in a one-room school, at his home near Whitesburg, Kentucky. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 184 Recycling cans in Whitesburg, Kentucky. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 183 A tipple. Coal travels along a conveyor belt out of a mountain and pours down to the ground from a tipple in eastern Kentucky. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke
Week 182 Ready for more. Huge trucks are parked in the evening before mountains stripped bare, at the entrance to a strip mine in eastern Kentucky. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 181 A member of the Macon County chapter of the Missouri Rural Crisis Center. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 180 Snow, brush. Colorado. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 179 Galveston, Texas. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 178 The Robin. Near Denver, Colorado. Photo by Dolores Paget-Clarke.
Week 177 Chris Gonzalez Clarke performing with Los Otros in San Diego. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 176 "Selling Her Wares", Oakland Chinatown - 2000. Photo by Bruce Akizuki.
Week 175 Evelina Fernandez at the 2000 San Diego Latino Film Festival . Screenwriter and actor, Evelina Fernandez wrote the screen play and stars in "Luminarias". Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 174 Luis Valdez at the 2000 San Diego Latino Film Festival . Founder of El Teatro Campesino, Luis Valdez is a playwright and film director. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 173 Patssi Valdez at the 2000 San Diego Latino Film Festival. Patssi Valdez is an artist, was the design consultant for the film "Mi Familia", and was the costume and set designer for the film "Luminarias". She was also a member of the perfomance art group ASCO. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 172 Screenwriter Paz Alicia Garciadiego and film director Arturo Ripstein before the screening of their film "El Coronel no tiene quien le escriba" at the 2000 San Diego Latino Film Festival. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 171 Newspaper vendor. Stockton Street, San Francisco Chinatown, California. 1998. Photo by Bruce Akizuki.
Week 170 Composers/musicians James Newton and Jon Jang. Los Angeles, California. January 2000. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 169 Composers/musicians Jon Jang and James Newton. Los Angeles, California. January 2000. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 168 Carlos Avila. Director of the feature film "Price of Glory". Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 167 Leo Nute of the Macon County chapter of the Missouri Rural Crisis Center helps to unload the monthly food distribution of their food coop. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 166 Goat. Rocky Mountain Farmers Union, Aurora, Colorado. Photo by Lynn Eschbach.
Week 165 The Franklin Bank in DownTown Houston, Texas. Photo by Julie Zarate.
Week 164 Hiroshima Peace (A-Bomb) Dome. "So it won't happen again." Photo by Bruce Akizuki.
Week 163 Piglets. On the Marion Storm family farm, Bosworth, Missouri. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 162 Melancholy. Waiting for the commercials to pass on Saturday morning with Bill the cat. Photo by Julie Zarate.
Week 161 At the Los Angeles Tofu Festival in August 1999. Photo by Bruce Akizuki.
Week 160 Harvesting soybeans in central Missouri. 1999. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 159 Untitled. Berkeley signal light.October 1999. Photo by Ai Sugano.
Week 158 Dancers. At the San Jose Obon Festival. July 1999. Photo by Bruce Akizuki.
Week 157 Oyo Town, Oyo State, Nigeria. 1996. Photo by Alice Lovelace.
Week 156 Rico's. 1999. Brooklyn, New York. Photo by Javier "Heavy" Francisco.
Week 155 Hogs on the Storm family farm near Bosworth, Missouri. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 154 Father and son. Marion and John Storm with their combine harvetser on their family farm near Bosworth, Missouri. Soy bean harvest, 1999. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 153 Pigs on the run. The John Storm family farm near Bosworth, Missouri . Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 152 Trees in the foothills of the Colorado Rockies. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 151 Raymond (Dad). Photo by Javier "Heavy" Francisco.
Week 150 Koi. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 149 Dolores Huerta, vice president of the United Farm Workers speaking to a rally in San Diego against unjust immigration policies. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 148 Rafael. Photo by Javier "Heavy" Francisco.
Week 147 An iron wall continues into the Pacific Ocean as part of the U.S. / Mexico border between San Diego, California, U.S.A. and Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 146 Trees in bloom in the mountains around Julian, southern California. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 145 One of the largest demonstrations in the history of Ankara, Turkey. Hundreds of thousands demonstrated in Kizilay Square against IMF (International Monetary Fund) policies. July 1999. Photo by Baris Kaygisiz (Evrensel Daily ).
Week 144 Grass in the mountains around Julian, California. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 143 Lalo Guerrero, internationally recognized as the "Father of Chicano Music". Guerrero was the first to write and record bilingual songs including the 1949 "Pachuco" swing hits. Here he performs in the Centro Cultural Tijuana, Tijuana, Mexico. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 142 This mural of Tupac Shakur was done by fhe LES plus 6 in the Lower East Side of New York City. Photo by Alex Taboada.
Week 141 Ron Perry and the family bull. Near Chillicothe, Missouri. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 140 A restaurant in northern Baja California, Mexico. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 139 San Diego from the flight deck of the aircraft carrier the U.S.S. Constellation. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 138 Film director Lourdes Portillo in her studio in San Francisco, California. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 137 The Mexico / U.S. border looking north and east from Tecate, Baja California, Mexico. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 136 One of three sets of iron walls and fences being developed along the U.S. / Mexico border between San Diego, California, U.S.A. and Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 135 The sun shines in October - Elk Mountain, Wyoming. Photo by Chris Palm.
Week 134 Piri Thomas in his office at home. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 133 Mass transit. A San Diego trolley comes to a stop inside a downtown building. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 132 Zaide Silvia Gutierrez, co-star of Gregory Nava's '70s landmark film "El Norte", and cast-member of "Por Si No Te Vuelvo a Ver" (1997) winner of the Ariel, the Mexican equivalent to the Oscars. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 131 Gregory Nava, director of the films "El Norte," "La Familia," and "Selena" at the 1999 San Diego Latino Film Festival. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 130 Lumi Cavazos, co-star of the Mexican feature film "Fibra Optica" during an interview at the 1999 San Diego Latino Film Festival. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 129 A walk on the beach, La Jolla, California. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 128 Reflections in eastern Kentucky. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 127 Trees on a mountainside in eastern Kentucky. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 126 Leticia - 1995. Part of the "Women in La Familia" series. Photo by Javier "Heavy" Francisco.
Week 125 The Golden Gate Bridge. Part of the "Family Occasions" series. Photo by Javier "Heavy" Francisco.
Week 124 Layers. A ship and oil rigs in for repair at the end of a street in downtwon Galveston, Texas. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 123 Taken in Zhoushan, China. Photo by Leon Sun.
Week 122 Gates to the House of Oshun, Oshun River, Osghobo, Nigeria. Photo by Alice Lovelace.
Week 121 Demolishing the Buccaneer Hotel, Galveston seawall, Texas. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 120 A tree at Red Rocks, Lakewood, Colorado. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 119 The future. Day of the Dead Festival. Oakland, California. Photo by Bruce Akizuki.
Week 118 On Galveston Island, Texas. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 117 Mining uranium in the Navajo Nation. Photo by Milton Snow.
Week 116 Academy Award nominated (1986) film director Lourdes Portillo during an interview in San Diego (1998). Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 115 A Kurdish woman in Istanbul, Turkey, particpating in ceremonies to mark Newroz, the national day of the Kurds. Photo by Koray Karaermis.
Week 114 A bridge in Kentucky (digitally treated). Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 113 Pookie and Judy's Portrait. Photo by Javier "Heavy" Francisco.
Week 112 A rodeo ride on a ranch in Sante Fe, Texas. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 111 Day in and day out, he sits there waiting for the people to pass by to come in and take a look at the fish that he is selling. Photo by Pauline Liang.
Week 110 The San Francisco Chinatown Moon Festival is an autumn tradition that attracts thousands of people. Photo by Raymond Wang.
Week 109 Danny Bakewell, Rev. Jesse Jackson, Congresswoman Maxine Waters, and UFW VP Dolores Huerta march in Los Angeles at the February, 1998 "Save The Dream" march. Photo by Butch Wing.
Week 108 Rev, Jesse Jackson and Patricia Ireland arrive in San Diego in support of affirmative action. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 107 Ron Perry with some of his hogs on his family farm, near Chillicothe, Missouri. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 106 Cattle arriving for feeding time on the Allison/Perry farm in Armstrong, Missouri. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 105 A grain elevator funnel prepares to load the grain freighter "Prince Jahre". Galveston, Texas. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 104 The cow in the background seeks shelter from the extended summer heatwave of 1998. Galveston Island, Texas. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 103 The hull of the grain freighter "Prince Jahre" taking on cargo in the Port of Galveston, Texas. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 102 Stored corn on the Allison/Perry farm in Armstrong, Missouri. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 101 The Perry men on their family farm near Chillicothe, Missouri. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 100 Bill Christison prepares a field to plant soybeans on his farm near Chillicothe, Missouri. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 99 Disking the soil on the Christison family farm near Chillicothe, Missouri. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 98 A curious piglet on the Perry family farm. Chillicothe, Missouri. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 97 The Rio Grande, the U.S. / Mexico border in west Texas. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 96 Moctesuma Esparza, film producer, at Cine 98 - San Diego. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 95 Composers / musicians Jon Jang and Francis Wong. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 94 Gabriel Figueroa, 1945, filming "La Perla". A cinematographer of over 200 films, Gabriel Figueroa was known as the fourth of the three great Mexican muralists. Photo by George Huynigen-Hune.
Week 93 Boston skyline at sunrise. Photo by Bret Hekking.
Week 92 A cigarette advertisement (treated). Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 91 El Vez - rock 'n' roll star, performance artist, songwriter. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 90 Launching the USNS Sisler. San Diego, California. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 89 Sceince fiction writer Ray Bradbury at the San Diego-Baja Californa Latino Film Festival -- Cine 98. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 88 Film director and actor Edward James Olmos at the San Diego-Baja Californa Latino Film Festival -- Cine 98. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 87 Preparing to launch the USNS Sisler. San Diego, California. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 86 Corporate Hogs Farms. Seaboard Slater facility, Texas County, Oklahoma. Photo courtesy of the Oklahoma Family Farm Alliance.
Week 85 At the "Save The Dream" March in Los Angeles, February, 1998. Brotherhood Crusade state chair Danny Bakewell, Rev. Jesse Jackson, Congresswoman Maxine Waters, and UFW VP Dolores Huerta, Rabbi Jacobs. Photo by Butch Wing.
Week 84 Rosa Parks and the Rev. Jesse Jackson at the Save the Dream March. Los Angeles. February 28, 1998. Photo by Butch Wing.
Week 83 New Orleans. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 82 Low clouds on the Rocky Mountains, Colorado. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 81

Pumping oil in east Texas. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.

Week 80 A turnstile out of the woods in east Texas. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 79 Dockworkers load a barge at the Port of Houston. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 78 A tug maneuvers a Norwegian tanker at the entrance to the Houston Ship Channel. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 77 The Kinhal Sisters performed a Thilana Dance, a classical dance of south India at the Nations of San Diego Dance Festival - 1998. Photo by Ken Jacques.
Week 76 Shopping on Clement Street. San Francisco, California. Photo by Bruce Akizuki.
Week 75 Tugs pull an oil platform out to the Gulf of Mexico from Galveston, Texas. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 74 On the run. Galveston, Texas. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 73 Cesar Chavez passes a cross symbolizing the Fast for Life to the Reverend Jesse Jackson - August 21, 1998. This moment occurred at the end of Cesar Chavez's 36-day fast in support of the United Farm Workers' campaign to boycott grapes and end the use of dangerous pesticides. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 72 Unity! In February 1989, over 300 Harris Ranch meatpackers in Slema, California, voted to go on strike for a decent contract. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 71 Cyril Ramaphosa. At the time of this photo in 1991 he was secretary-general of the African National Congress. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 70

Fishnet maker, Zhoushan, China. Photo by Leon Sun.

Week 69 Author, poet, storyteller Piri Thomas at his home in Berkeley, California. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 68 Musician/composer Francis Wong performs at the Theater Artaud in San Francisco. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 67 Two guys. Photo by Leon Sun.
Week 66 (Composer/musician) Brian Eno in San Francisco. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 65 Weaving during an indigenous people's conference, Tecate, Mexico. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 64 Jerry D. Robinson, a BART employee, picketing in front of the Lake Merritt BART station, Oakland, California. Photo by Bruce Akizuki.
Week 63 Rain in the desert at sunset. Northern Arizona. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 62 Can't see the forest. The Rocky Mountains, Colorado. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 61 Floyd Frank of Oakspring, Arizona tells of his experiences during the Cold War as a uranium miner in the Navajo Nation. "Uranium is really dangerous ... . Why did they not tell us this?" Photo by Doug Brugge.
Week 60 Independent filmmaker Julie Dash at the Oakland, California premiere of "Daughters of the Dust", 1991. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 59 During a prayer before a rodeo at the M-Bar-M Ranch, Sante Fe, Texas. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 58 Unloading cotton, from train to warehouse. Galveston, Texas. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 57 During calf-roping at the rodeo at the M-Bar-M Ranch, Sante Fe, Texas. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 56 Bull riding at the M-Bar-M Ranch, Sante Fe, Texas. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 55 Serbian experimental theater group DAH Theater in rehearsal. Belgrade, Serbia. Photo by Eloise de Leon.
Week 54 A young Chinese boy at the street festival in Chinatown, San Francisco. Photo by Bruce Akizuki.
Week 53 Boy in front of department store. Beijing, China. Photo by Leon Sun.
Week 52 Girl outside house. Shanghai, China. Photo by Leon Sun.
Week 51 Three friends at the 1st Eco-Rap concert in San Francisco, California. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 50 A coal train disappears into the hazy woods. Dickinson County, Virginia. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 49 Cuauhtemoc Cardenas - former PRD (Party of the Democratic Revolution) candidate for the president of Mexico. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 48 Giant diesels cool their heels while Oakland train workers join a national strike - 1991. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 47 United Farm Workers vice president Dolores Huerta. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 46 Dusk outside Denver, Colorado. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 45 Sunset on the Sangre de Cristo Range of the rocky Mountains, Colorado. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 44 Marketplace at Transportation Center, Lagos state, Nigeria. Photo by Alice Lovelace.
Week 43 Role model. The actress Rosanna de Soto signs autographs at the event in support of Cesar Chavez's Fast for Life - 1988. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 42 Actor and director Edward James Olmos in San Jose for the 25th aniversary of Teatro Campesino. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 41 Grain fields in Montana. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 40 "Untitled" from the "Watsonville" series about farmworkers in the Watsonville, California area. Photo by Leon Sun.
Week 39 A cow protects her 12-hour-old calf. San Luis Valley, Colorado. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 38 Taken from "Untitled", the "Watsonville" series. Photo by Leon Sun.
Week 37 As the sun comes up, cattleman Jim Coleman closes a barbed-wire gate in the San Luis Valley, Colorado. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 36 Seeds of Light, Images of Healing. Photo by Angelina Hekking. This photo is the cover photograph of Angelina Hekking photography book, Seeds of Light, Images of Healing, in which she tells the story of her struggle to live an independent life with MS. The book is available for $20 from Angel Publishing, 1563 Mason St., San Francisco, CA 94133.
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Week 35 El Platenar, El Salvador. A night watchman guards aging agricultural machinery. Photo by Jonathan Heller.
Week 34 Sub-commander Marcos delivering the results of the first round of "pre-talk" talks in San Cristobal de las Casas, Chiapas, Mexico. Photo by Beto del Sereno.
Week 33 "Untitled" from the "Chinatown, USA" series. Photo by Leon Sun.
Week 32 Lead actor Liam Neeson arrives at Cork airport for the Irish premiere of "Michael Collins, the movie. Photo by Paul Reidy.
Week 31 "Untitled" from the "Chinatown, USA" series. Photo by Leon Sun.
Week 30 Alurista, the poet. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 29 Boycott Levi's! Vanessa Moreno encourages supporters during a (Fuerza Unida) hunger strike in 1992. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 28 Folklorico dance performed in Watsonville, California at an event put together by and for cannery workers. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 27 The Brown Chapel. A monument to Martin Luther King Jr. in front of the Brown Chapel, Selma, Alabama. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 26 Civil rights Memorial, Montgomery, Alabama. Memorial designed by Maya Lin. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 25 Rev. Jesse Jackson in San Diego, speaking in defense of affirmative action. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 24 La Jolla Cove, California. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 23 Spike Lee in San Francisco. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 22 The flag of the U.S.A. and an F-117A stealth fighter, USN Miramar base, California. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 21 Ethel Kennedy assists then-United Farm Workers president Cesar Chavez in ending his historic 36-day fast. August 21, 1988 in Delano, California. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 20 Guardians of the Flame - New Orleans Mardi Gras Indians. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 19 Shiprock, Navajo Nation, New Mexico. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 18 A horse roaming wild in western Montana. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 17 A coalmine near Clinchco, Virginia. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 16 Rev. Jesse Jackson initiating mediation which lead to a victory for striking hospital workers in Oakland, California - 1992. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 15 A church in the evening. Tecate, Mexico. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 14 A crop of commercial flowers. Carlsbad, Califonia. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 13 On the road to Tirana, Albania. With a mountain in the background children play on top of an abandoned pill-box. Photo by Eloise de Leon.
Week 12 Grain being loaded for shipment overseas. Port of Galveston, Texas. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 11 A House is not a Home. Photo by Leon Sun.
Week 10 Macon, Georgia. Photo by Leon Sun.
Week 9 On trains passed. Sculpture by Ivan Schwartz on display at the Railroad Museum, the Center of Transportation and Commerce, Galveston, Texas. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 8 Winter in Nebraska. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 7 U.S. Marine Corps. tank. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 6 Doing fine. Dakota Faulkenberry is examined at the Redbird Smith Health Canter, in the Cherokee Nation, Oklahoma. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 5 A shrimper passes a freighter as it returns home, Galveston, Texas. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 4 Seamstresses in a garment factory. El Paso, Texas. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 3 Going to work at a coalmine near Clinchco, Virginia. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 2 Stealth fighter plane F-117A, United States Air Force. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.
Week 1

The subway surfaces as it rides through Harlem. Photo by Nic Paget-Clarke.


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