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For A Change Magazine: Volume 19 Number 02

Family Quest for Today's Heroes

The editorial of this issue talks about 'Creating ourselves as a work of art'. Highlights illustrating this theme include articles on: A mexican artist, a French family of seven reaching out for a fairer world, creating a village; what a cohousing community is like, healing the slave trade past through acknowledgement, personal journey's and community dialogue between Muslims and Christians in Sydney.

How I overcame anorexia.
Jerusalem is a city with many layers: the Roman occupation, the Christian Crusades, the Arab Caliphates, the Ottoman Empire and
Many people in the USA and Europe are designing their own communities. David and Jeannette Bygott recently moved to 'Milagro'.
Jessie Sutherland tells Paul Williams about the life-threatening experiences which brought her home in more ways than one.
Dialogue - is it possible with people who have no faith in God?
Worried about the world your children will inherit?
'I'm watching the rescue of a beached whale in the Thames. Are you?'
'Segregation just isn't acceptable in any form any more. It harms all of us!'
Three men and three women came to our house at 5.30 am. They took first my wife and my son, and then me and the two children.
Francisco Toledo is not just one of Mexico's best known artists: he is also a philanthropist.
The Archbishop called on faith groups to be 'honest about the good and the bad' in their own faith as well as in other faiths.
Diagnosed with Parkinson's disease 13 years ago, God's love shines on and from my mother.
The slave trade has left deep scars. Meet a group of people remembering the past to shape a better future.
It is crucial for Japan's leader to win the trust of her neighbours. Prime Minister Kishi visited nine Asian- Pacific nations in
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