It’s time to celebrate and give thanks! We’re taking a very JUST CAUSE look at the holidays, culturally relative, ecologically and economically sustainable, and all about giving from the heart. Inside, you’ll find:
It's Back To School time across the country, and that means we all have a little to learn. In this issue, we look at - though don't pretend to have answers for - tough questions about charter schools, high school dropouts, lifelong learning and lots of other things.
We also have an incredibly intimate interview with Melissa Etheridge about breast cancer, motherhood and activism, as well as a story about the Burning Man festival's impact on society.
And of course, all sorts of other good things, including JUST Shopping - with a focus on back-to-school t-shirts that raise money for great causes.
This issue of JUST CAUSE Magazine explores the relationship between people, the planet and our food. With everything from an introduction to the history of farming to a lesson on school lunches, tips for lowering your carbon "FoodPrint" to JUST Shopping for a good cause, JUST CAUSE is your guide to living a sustainable life that is fun and delicious.
IN THIS ISSUE: Where Does Food Come From? Food - Friend or Faux? Eating Disorders JUST Shopping
IN THIS ISSUE: Can Consumer Culture Save The World? All Hands on Deck - how and why you should be volunteering now! The Arts Go To School The Doctor is In, Insurance is Out Fighting Urban Blight Water is a Matter of Life and Death JUST 10 Questions for Ron Reagan Denis Leary on fighting for fire fighters Jason Mesnick chats about being a single parent
The February issue of JUST CAUSE Magazine is all about sex – JUST CAUSE style, of course. From reproductive cancers to endangered species, acquaintance rape to gay marriage, and the power of empowered women, we think that we can make the world a better place by looking at sexuality as the complex issue that it is.
Of course, we all just wanna have a little fun too – so we'll give you great reasons to have sex, great conversations to have with your kids and even an especially sexy JUST Shopping section.