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Living For The City

Author : Donna Jean Murch
ISBN : 9780807833766
Genre : Political Science
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In this nuanced and groundbreaking history, Donna Murch argues that the Black Panther Party (BPP) started with a study group. Drawing on oral history and untapped archival sources, she explains how a relatively small city with a recent history of African

Living For The City

Author : Tony Collins
ISBN : 0733303242
Genre : City planning
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Study which examines the urban sprawl in which so many Australians now live and asks whether there is a better alternative to increasing trends of congestion, pollution and violence. Includes endnotes. Based on a documentary produced by the author for ABC Radio Triple J.

Sylvester James Songs

Author : General Books LLC
ISBN : 1157199356
Genre : Music
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Living With Your Land

Author : John R. Vosburgh
ISBN : UCAL:B4321578
Genre : Conservation of natural resources
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Living For The City Hustle Hard

Author : Mikeal Dabney-El
ISBN : 1721135561
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This is a urban novel chronicling the street life in Kankakee Illinios for the vast majority of those who are subject to the support or involvement of the street life. This body of work explicitly details the ups and downs of the street culture

Living For Higher Purpose

Author : Reverend Peter G. Vu
ISBN : 9781457558160
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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LIVING FOR A HIGHER PURPOSE is part history book and part personal diary. As these parts weave together, you will see the divine presence and secrets of life that helped Viet survive a harrowing journey after the fall of Saigon in 1975. Viet relied on the protection of his ancestors and the help of guardian angels—kind and generous people—that God sent to him. Most important, he looked to his loving God and a higher purpose to stay alive and move forward each day. This book guides you through the many stories of Viet’s life that helped him determine his higher purpose. Interspersed with Viet’s life story are reflections on current issues such as war and its victims, refugees and their life challenges, life under a Communist regime, core curriculum, how the world views America, the relationship between Catholicism (Christianity) and Buddhism, and much more. Viet’s reflections on his life and current issues guides you to the secret of a fulfilling and joyful life: Use your life to serve Jesus and other people. By sticking to purposeful living, you will find meaning and unending joy even in the darkest night of your soul. Always trust in God’s love on the Cross of Jesus to guide, protect, strengthen, and encourage you!


Author : Anja Schwanhäußer
ISBN : 9783035607352
Genre : Architecture
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The city is more than demography and architecture, it is a state of mind. Various groups, scenes and subcultures, widely known as "man in the street", shape and are shaped by urban space and its history according to imaginations, nightmares and dreams. Urban anthropologists get immersed in this closely knit fabric of urban culture and conduct field research with all their senses. The reader provides a compact introduction into urban anthropology, which has become the key discipline in exploring cities and city live as sites of encounter, conflict and sensation. It introduces the most influential writers in the field as well as young and upcoming field researchers.With essays by PeterJackson, LesBack, RuthBehar, MoritzEge, RolfLindner, Mirko Zardini, Margarethe Kusenbach, Loic Wacquant.

Get Urban

Author : Kyle Ezell
ISBN : 1931868670
Genre : Reference
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"Get Urban!" is a complete guide to city living for Boomers and young folks who want to leave the bland suburbs for the glittering lights and excitement of urban dwelling.

Ditch The City And Go Country

Author : Alissa Hessler
ISBN : 9781624143915
Genre : House & Home
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Relocating from the city to the country is becoming increasingly popular due to the rising cost of living, cramped apartments and the “live to work” mentality of the city. There are, however, realities of country living that many urbanites are unaware of. Alissa, ex-urbanite and writer behind Urban Exodus, presents all of the realistic aspects that potential farm and country house owners need to know in this intriguing and inspirational read. The City Idiot’s Guide to Life in the Country will save readers from some of the pitfalls that Alissa and others have encountered, as well as chart a path to best and successfully enjoy rural life, which can be surprisingly hard to navigate for former city folk turned aliens in a small community. Chapters include Farming, Homesteading, Gardening...Oh My, Making That Money: Earning a Living in the Country, What to Look for in a Home Base, Finding Your Mates, Heavy Machinery and Power Tools: What You Never Imagined Needing, Staying Alive: Preparing for Natural Disasters, the Zombie Apocalypse and Other Emergency Situations and The Long Game: Slow Down, Settle Down, Learn to Love The Good Life. Not only has Alissa gained momentum by sharing honest stories about people who have made the transition from city to country life, but she has also been featured on Modern Farmer, which has 146k Facebook likes and 46k Twitter followers. This book is a valuable resource for anyone considering moving to the country or those who have recently moved.

New Slow City

Author : William Powers
ISBN : 9781608682409
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Burned-out after years of doing development work around the world, William Powers spent a season in a 12-foot-by-12-foot cabin off the grid in North Carolina, as recounted in his award-winning memoir Twelve by Twelve. Could he live a similarly minimalist life in the heart of New York City? To find out, Powers and his wife jettisoned 80 percent of their stuff, left their 2,000-square-foot Queens townhouse, and moved into a 350-square-foot “micro-apartment” in Greenwich Village. Downshifting to a two-day workweek, Powers explores the viability of Slow Food and Slow Money, technology fasts and urban sanctuaries. Discovering a colorful cast of New Yorkers attempting to resist the culture of Total Work, Powers offers an inspiring exploration for anyone trying to make urban life more people- and planet-friendly.

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