Special Section: The Attack Against Amiri Baraka:
Ewuare Osayande: The Backlash Against Amiri Baraka and the Repression of the Black Moral Vanguard.
Adrienne Carey Hurley: Abrogating Laurels in an Upside-down World: The Anti-Baraka Campaign from New Jersey to Stanford.
lamont b. steptoe: Interviewing Amiri Baraka.
Theodore A. Harris (collages)
Jeffrey Blankfort: The Israel Lobby and the Left: Uneasy Questions.
Poems on the Intifada:
Jon Hillson: This Is What I Think About Suicide Bombers.
Ronald Jones: To Ayat al-Akhras, Suicide Bomber.
Anonymous: Twice That Afternoon.
Etel Adnan: Jenin.
Richard Downing: Too Close to God
Khalid Mattawa: Nocturne on Evolution & Catastrophe (poem).
Agneta Falk: I Told You So (poem)
Farhang Erfani: Being-There and Being-From-Elsewhere: An Existential-Analytic of Exile.
Ugo Pierri, I Care DollarsŠ, (pen & ink drawing)
Carl Auerbach: An Elegy for the Death of Language (poem).
E. San Juan, Jr.: Spinoza and the War of Racial Terrorism.
Thomas Rain Crowe: Speaking in Tongues: An Interview with Belfast poet Gearóid Mac Lochlainn.
Gearóid Mac Lochlainn: The Artists, Second Tongue, Ink (poems).
Johnny Connolly: Bring Them Home‹The Columbia Three (on the 3 imprisoned Irishman).
David (Green Anarchy): Communiqué from the Heart of th
John O¹Kane: Trading Terror, Making Democracy.
John Yohe: What You Are.
Michael Standaert: The Gift.
Julia Shure: Not Crazy.
Victorial May Collert: Hard To Be Metaphysical.
Timothy P. Brown: Word and Image as the Nexus of Subversion.
Dominic Angerame: Notes on the Exhibition: Ce Qui Arrive (Unknown Quantity).
Imogen Bunting: Rationality, Legitimacy and the "Folk Devils" of May.
Leslie Shade: Living With Cyberspace: Technology & Society in the 21st Century, eds.: John Armitage/Joannne Roberts.
David Meltzer: Front Lines, Selected Poems by Jack Hirschman.
Roland G. Simbulan: Unmasking the U. S. War on Terror: U. S. Imperialist Hegemony and Crisis, by Villegas, E. M., et al.
Jeffrey Arellano Cabusao: Racism and Cultural Studies: Critiques of Multicultrualist Ideology and the Politics of Difference, by E. San Juan, Jr.
Doug Minkler: Warmongers (Graphic)
Johann Christoph Arnold: Remembering Philip Berrigan.
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