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May 2004

Note from the Editors
By Catherine Clyne and Rachel Cernansky

Letter from the Publisher
By Beth Gould

June 1994: Satya’s Premiere Issue: Welcome to Satya! Original Editorial from Satya’s First Issue
By Martin Rowe

Ten Years
By Martin Rowe

August 2000: The Race for the American Dream
By Catherine Clyne

April 1999: The Dead End of the Ocean
By Mia MacDonald

December 2002/January 2003: Comfortable Ignorance
By Rachel Cernansky

July 1994: Gorillas v. Guerillas
By Beth Gould

June/July 2002: Vegetarian Advocate: Deep Trouble: The Ecological Cost of Overfishing
By Jack Rosenberger

November 1994: The Satya Interview: Muni Nandibhushan Vijayi, a Jain Priest
By Rynn Berry

December 1996: Ivan the Shopping Mall Gorilla
By Julie Hughes

August 1996: How to Be an Activist: What It Means to be a Radical
By Lawrence Carter-Long

July/August 2001: Tips for Preventing Burnout
By Joan Zacharias

May 2002: Give Your Well-being a Boost with Biking
By Samantha Knowlden

May 2001: Fight, Flight or…Stew?
By Claudette Silver

February 1997: Cultivating My Own Garden
By Stephanie Miller

September 2002: Ten Symbols of What’s Right in the World
By Kendra Kerman

July 1998: Attending to Pain
The Satya Interview with Susan Heckler

March 2001: The Hemp Scandal
By Angela Starks

June 1994: Humankind’s True Moral Test
By Rynn Berry

Adolf Loved His Liver Dumplings
Book Review by Mickey Z.

Animals, Humans, Cruelty and Literature
A Rare Interview with J. M. Coetzee

A Little Sandwich Party
Recipes by Joshua Ploeg

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