Adbusters:; 1243 West 7th Avenue, Vancouver, BC V6H 1B7; 800-663-1243; fax: 604-737-6021; Canadian journal that promotes critical thinking about consumer culture. See Adbusters Media Foundation under Organizations.

Colorlines Magazine:; 900 Alice Street, Suite 400, Oakland,   CA 94605; 510-653-3415; fax: 510-653-3427; Published quarterly; subscriptions $24/year. An award- winning national magazine that cov- ers race, culture, and community organizing, with a particular focus on issues that affect communities of color.

Dollars and Sense: 29 Winter Street Boston, MA 02108; 617-447-2177; fax: 617-447-2179; dollars@ Dollars and Sense provides easy to understand articles on the economy from a critical perspective. Indispensable for economics teachers.

The Ecologist: www.theecologist. org; 102 D Lane House Studios, 116– 118 Commercial Street, Spitalfields, London E1 6NF, UK. An outstand- ing journal that challenges basic assumptions about “development,” “progress,” and “growth.” Important articles that can help students and teachers consider the environmental consequences of globalization.

FairTest Examiner. See the National Center for Fair & Open Testing (FairTest), in Organizations.

Green Teacher:; 95 Robert St., Toronto, Ontario, M5S 2K5; 416-960-1244; fax: 416-925-3474; Emphasizes hands-on education on issues concerning the environment.

In These Times:; 2040 N. Milwaukee Ave., Chicago, IL 60647; 773-772-0100; fax: 773- 772-4180. A weekly news magazine that pro- motes an anti-corporate perspective on national and international issues.

Labor Notes: www.labornotes. org; 7435 Michigan Ave, Detroit, MI 48210; 313-842-6262 fax: 313-842-0227. An excellent monthly newsletter of news and analysis dealing with ongoing labor union and rank-and- file activities.

The Nation:; 33 Irving Place, New York, NY 10003; 212-209-5400; fax: 212-982-9000 Weekly. Important articles on world and national events from a progressive perspective.

New Internationalist: www.; P.O. Box 1062, Niagra Falls, NY 14304; 905-946-0407; fax: 905-946-0410. A colorful monthly magazine on issues of global inequality. Articles reproducible for stu- dents. Each issue has a different theme: child labor, global warming, the AIDS crisis, etc.

New Youth Connections: www.; 224 W. 29th Street, New York, NY 10001; 212-279-0708; fax: 212-279-8856. Monthly newspaper written by high school students. Also publishes Foster Care Youth United.

NACLA Report:; North American Congress on Latin America, 38 Greene Street, 4th Floor, New York, NY 10013; 646-613-1440; fax: 646-613-1443. 5 issues a year. Detailed analyses on Latin American and Caribbean issues.

Radical Teacher: . University of Illinois Press, Journals Division, 1325 S. Oak Street, Champaign, IL info@radicalteacher. org. Offers many valuable articles and teaching ideas from a critical standpoint.

Rethinking Schools: www.; 1001 E. Keefe Avenue, Milwaukee, WI 53212; 800-669-4192; fax: 414-964-7220; A quarterly journal put out by classroom teachers with a focus on social jus- tice and equity. Rethinking Schools online contains this entire resource list with all website addresses hot- linked so all you have to do is click on them and you are taken to the site. Rethinking Schools also publishes a number of the books listed in these Resources, including Rethinking Our Classrooms, volumes 1 and 2.

Sex, etc:; Rutgers University, 100 Joyce Kilmer Avenue, Piscataway, NJ 08854; 732-445-7929; fax: 732-445-4154. An award-winning website by and for teens about health and sexuality issues. Sponsored by the Network for Family Life Education.

Teaching Tolerance: www.; 400 Washington Avenue, Montgomery, AL 36104; 334-956-8200; fax: 334-956-8488. Mailed twice a year to teachers at no charge, this magazine has a range of popularly written articles and a use- ful resource section. Published by Southern Poverty Law Center, which also has a film and curriculum package on the Civil Rights Movement.

Z Magazine: 11 issues a year. Detailed articles on current events from a critical per- spective. Valuable column on the politics of the media. See description of ZNet under Organizations.